I deleted the pattern *.dts from audio/vnd.dts, and after a restart it opens the files in a text editor, but with Clang annotations.
So it seems, Creator uses a C++ editor to edit the file. A "normal" text editor would have been enough.
If you add *.dts as a pattern to the text/plain mime type, I’d expect them to be opened in the plain text editor instead.
Anyway, I can edit my files now.
Post by André Hartmann
I'd like to edit some Linux Kernel Device Tree files (*.dts) in QtCreator.
Unfortunately this extension is mapped to audio/dts and has Binary Editor as handler.
It seems there is no way to change that assignment - what am I missing?
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