building with emulated attributes can cause directories to have incorrect mime type.
|Reported by:||jonas.kirilla||Owned by:||bonefish|
Booting a Haiku CD built using the haiku-cd jam target, two of the Deskbar entries show the application icon even though they´re folders. Catattr BEOS:TYPE indeed shows an application mime type on all 4 folders in Deskbar. (Folders Applications and Preferences have their icons swapped for overlayed ones, otherwise they would show with the three-blocks executable icon too.)
IIRC /boot/home/config/be and /boot/home/config/boot too have the application mime type and opening Filetypes on them reveals that one of these (dont recall which) has some resource attributes belonging to some UHCI binary.
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comment:10 by , 11 years ago
|Summary:||Something wrong in attribute overlay or in the build system populating haiku-cd → building with emulated attributes can cause directories to have incorrect mime type.|