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QMacMime(3qt)									    QMacMime(3qt)

NAME
       QMacMime - Maps open-standard MIME to Mac flavors

SYNOPSIS
       #include <qmime.h>

   Public Members
       QMacMime ( char t )
       virtual ~QMacMime ()
       virtual const char * convertorName () = 0
       virtual int countFlavors () = 0
       virtual int flavor ( int index ) = 0
       virtual bool canConvert ( const char * mime, int flav ) = 0
       virtual const char * mimeFor ( int flav ) = 0
       virtual int flavorFor ( const char * mime ) = 0
       virtual QByteArray convertToMime ( QValueList<QByteArray> data, const char * mime, int
	   flav ) = 0
       virtual QValueList<QByteArray> convertFromMime ( QByteArray data, const char * mime, int
	   flav ) = 0

   Static Public Members
       QPtrList<QMacMime> all ( QMacMimeType t )
       QMacMime * convertor ( QMacMimeType t, const char * mime, int flav )
       const char * flavorToMime ( QMacMimeType t, int flav )

DESCRIPTION
       The QMacMime class maps open-standard MIME to Mac flavors.

       Qt's drag-and-drop and clipboard facilities use the MIME standard. On X11, this maps
       trivially to the Xdnd protocol, but on Mac although some applications use MIME types to
       describe clipboard formats, others use arbitrary non-standardized naming conventions, or
       unnamed built-in Mac formats.

       By instantiating subclasses of QMacMime that provide conversions between Mac flavors and
       MIME formats, you can convert proprietary clipboard formats to MIME formats.

       Qt has predefined support for the following Mac flavors:

       kScrapFlavorTypeUnicode - converted to "text/plain;charset=ISO-10646-UCS-2" and supported
       by QTextDrag.

       kScrapFlavorTypeText - converted to "text/plain;charset=system" or "text/plain" and
       supported by QTextDrag.

       kScrapFlavorTypePicture - converted to "image/format", where format is a Qt image format,
       and supported by QImageDrag.

       kDragFlavorTypeHFS - converted to "text/uri-list", and supported by QUriDrag.

       You can check if a MIME type is convertible using canConvert() and can perform conversions
       with convertToMime() and convertFromMime().

       See also Drag And Drop Classes, Input/Output and Networking, and Miscellaneous Classes.

MEMBER FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
QMacMime::QMacMime ( char t )
       Constructs a new conversion object of type t, adding it to the globally accessed list of
       available convertors.

QMacMime::~QMacMime () [virtual]
       Destroys a conversion object, removing it from the global list of available convertors.

QPtrList<;QMacMime> QMacMime::all ( QMacMimeType t ) [static]
       Returns a list of all currently defined QMacMime objects of type t.

bool QMacMime::canConvert ( const char * mime, int flav ) [pure virtual]
       Returns TRUE if the convertor can convert (both ways) between mime and flav; otherwise
       returns FALSE.

       All subclasses must reimplement this pure virtual function.

QValueList<;QByteArray> QMacMime::convertFromMime ( QByteArray data, const char * mime, int flav )
       [pure virtual]
       Returns data converted from MIME type mime to Mac flavor flav.

       Note that Mac flavors must all be self-terminating. The return value may contain trailing
       data.

       All subclasses must reimplement this pure virtual function.

QByteArray QMacMime::convertToMime ( QValueList<QByteArray> data, const char * mime, int flav )
       [pure virtual]
       Returns data converted from Mac flavor flav to MIME type mime.

       Note that Mac flavors must all be self-terminating. The input data may contain trailing
       data.

       All subclasses must reimplement this pure virtual function.

QMacMime * QMacMime::convertor ( QMacMimeType t, const char * mime, int flav ) [static]
       Returns the most-recently created QMacMime of type t that can convert between the mime and
       flav formats. Returns 0 if no such convertor exists.

const char * QMacMime::convertorName () [pure virtual]
       Returns a name for the convertor.

       All subclasses must reimplement this pure virtual function.

int QMacMime::countFlavors () [pure virtual]
       Returns the number of Mac flavors supported by this convertor.

       All subclasses must reimplement this pure virtual function.

int QMacMime::flavor ( int index ) [pure virtual]
       Returns the Mac flavor supported by this convertor that is ordinarily at position index.
       This means that flavor(0) returns the first Mac flavor supported, and
       flavor(countFlavors()-1) returns the last. If index is out of range the return value is
       undefined.

       All subclasses must reimplement this pure virtual function.

int QMacMime::flavorFor ( const char * mime ) [pure virtual]
       Returns the Mac flavor used for MIME type mime, or 0 if this convertor does not support
       mime.

       All subclasses must reimplement this pure virtual function.

const char * QMacMime::flavorToMime ( QMacMimeType t, int flav ) [static]
       Returns a MIME type of type t for flav, or 0 if none exists.

const char * QMacMime::mimeFor ( int flav ) [pure virtual]
       Returns the MIME type used for Mac flavor flav, or 0 if this convertor does not support
       flav.

       All subclasses must reimplement this pure virtual function.

SEE ALSO
       http://doc.trolltech.com/qmacmime.html http://www.trolltech.com/faq/tech.html

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 1992-2007 Trolltech ASA, http://www.trolltech.com.  See the license file
       included in the distribution for a complete license statement.

AUTHOR
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BUGS
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       If you find errors in this manual page, please report them to qt-bugs@trolltech.com.
       Please include the name of the manual page (qmacmime.3qt) and the Qt version (3.3.8).

Trolltech AS				 2 February 2007			    QMacMime(3qt)
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