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Closes #56
Set ContentType header when adding .yaml and .bom files to the catalog

Using application/x-yaml saves the Brooklyn server the hassle of guessing. At the moment it's too smart for its own good and gives useless errors about zipfiles when there are errors in yaml files, e.g. when trying to add yaml containing an undefined alias.

$ br catalog add
Server error (400): Bundle BasicManagedBundle{symbolicName=null, version=null, url=n
ull} failed preparation: Unable to read /tmp/brooklyn-bundle-transient-null-86366849 when looking for manifest: ZipException: error in opening zip file
$ br catalog add
Server error (400): ComposerException: found undefined alias doesntexist
 in 'reader', line 23, column 15:
            name: *doesntexist
I'll look to improve the feedback from Brooklyn's guessing endpoint too.
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geomacy committed Jul 27, 2017
2 parents be80516 + 635328e commit 5dc3c6c264c1661ca216e007444753873778993b
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@@ -275,6 +275,8 @@ func AddCatalog(network *net.Network, resource string) (*models.CatalogBundleAdd
} else if lowercaseExtension == ".jar" {
contentType = "application/x-jar"
urlString = urlStringWithDetail
} else if lowercaseExtension == ".yaml" || lowercaseExtension == ".bom" {
contentType = "application/x-yaml"

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