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Parses mimetype-strings (RFC 1049, 2045, 2047 and 2231) and allows comparing these.

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An internet MIME-message is usually accompanied by a content-type string like text/plain or application/collection+json. The mimes library allows parsing these and can if types are subsets of another – a parser that handles application/json, for example, will be perfectly fine handing the collection+json type with less semantics.

It also parses more complex strings including parameters (e.g. application/vnd.company.someapi; version=3) and can construct these as well.

See the docs for details.

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