send_file_headers!(options) private

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# File actionpack/lib/action_controller/metal/data_streaming.rb, line 114
      def send_file_headers!(options)
        type_provided = options.has_key?(:type)

        content_type = options.fetch(:type, DEFAULT_SEND_FILE_TYPE)
        self.content_type = content_type
        response.sending_file = true

        raise ArgumentError, ":type option required" if content_type.nil?

        if content_type.is_a?(Symbol)
          extension = Mime[content_type]
          raise ArgumentError, "Unknown MIME type #{options[:type]}" unless extension
          self.content_type = extension
          if !type_provided && options[:filename]
            # If type wasn't provided, try guessing from file extension.
            content_type = Mime::Type.lookup_by_extension(File.extname(options[:filename]).downcase.delete(".")) || content_type
          self.content_type = content_type

        disposition = options.fetch(:disposition, DEFAULT_SEND_FILE_DISPOSITION)
        if disposition
          headers["Content-Disposition"] = ActionDispatch::Http::ContentDisposition.format(disposition: disposition, filename: options[:filename])

        headers["Content-Transfer-Encoding"] = "binary"

        # Fix a problem with IE 6.0 on opening downloaded files:
        # If Cache-Control: no-cache is set (which Rails does by default),
        # IE removes the file it just downloaded from its cache immediately
        # after it displays the "open/save" dialog, which means that if you
        # hit "open" the file isn't there anymore when the application that
        # is called for handling the download is run, so let's workaround that
        response.cache_control[:public] ||= false
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