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[Bug 13230] Use application/sandbox instead of text/html-sandboxed

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--- Comment #2 from Eli Grey (:sephr) <bugmail@eligrey.com> 2011-07-13 06:46:27 UTC ---
Another format I thought of could be to use params for the allow-* parameters
and put the full MIME into the type parameter.

For example, you may use this for HTML:

Content-Type: application/sandbox; type="text/html; foo='bar ...'"
params="allow-forms allow-scripts"

I feel that this would be the best format to replace text/html-sandboxed with.

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