chemical-mime-data - Chemical mime and file type support for desktops

Property Value
Distribution NetBSD 8.0
Repository NetBSD i386
Package filename chemical-mime-data-0.1.94.tgz
Package name chemical-mime-data
Package version 0.1.94
Package release -
Package architecture i386
Package type tgz
Category biology
Homepage -
License gnu-lgpl-v2.1
Maintainer -
Download size 101.96 KB
Installed size 247.43 KB
The chemical-mime-data package is a collection of data files to add support
for various chemical MIME types on Linux/UNIX desktops, such as KDE and GNOME.
Chemical MIMEs were proposed in 1995, though it seems they have never been
registered with IANA. But they are widely used and the project's aim is, to
support these important, but unofficial MIME types.


Package Version Architecture Repository
chemical-mime-data-0.1.94.tgz 0.1.94 amd64 NetBSD
chemical-mime-data - - -


Name Value
gnome-mime-data >= 2.18.0nb7
hicolor-icon-theme >= 0.9nb1
shared-mime-info >= 1.0nb1


Type URL
Binary Package chemical-mime-data-0.1.94.tgz
Source Package chemical-mime-data

Install Howto

Install chemical-mime-data tgz package:

# pkg_add chemical-mime-data

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