use File::Type::WebImages 'mime_type';
my $type_1 = mime_type($file);
my $type_2 = mime_type($data);
DESCRIPTION"mime_type()" can use either a filename, or file contents, to determine the type of a file. The process involves looking the data at the beginning of the file, sometimes called ``magic numbers''.
THE BIG TRADE OFFFor minimum memory consumption, only the following common web image file types are supported:
BMP, GIF, JPEG and PNG. ( image/bmp, image/gif, image/jpeg and image/png ).
Unlike with File::Type and File::MMagic, 'undef', not ``application/octet-stream'' will be returned for unknown formats.
Unlike File::Type, we return ``image/png'' for PNGs, not ``image/x-png'';
If you want more mime types detected use File::Type or some other module.
TODOIt would be even better to have a pluggable system that would allow you to plug-in different sets of MIME-types you care about.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTSFile::Type::WebImages is built from a mime-magic file from cleancode.org. The original can be found at <http://cleancode.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/email/mime-magic.mime?rev=184.108.40.206>.
AUTHORSPaul Mison <[email protected]> - wrote original File::Type Mark Stosberg <[email protected]> - hacked up this.
COPYRIGHTCopyright 2003-2004 Fotango Ltd.
LICENSELicensed under the same terms as Perl itself.