alternative to xwinclip
Harold L Hunt II
Fri Apr 25 17:26:00 GMT 2003
I have talked many times about how xwinclip's functionality needs to be
rewritten in order to work somewhat properly. Check the mailing list
archives for details.
xwinclip is opensource. Not quite sure what you meant there.
Although, others have in the past released their own modifications to
xwinclip, some of which have not been incorporated into xwinclip. You
can search the mailing list archives for some of those versions and see
if you find one that works better for you.
J S wrote:
> I was wondering if there is an opensource alternative to xwinclip?
> We have one X application where for some reason, I can't copy text
> from(using -clipboard) directly to windows. Instead, I have to copy and
> paste to an xterm first, and then copy the same text again from that
> xterm, before being able to paste it into windows. Unfortunately this
> method doesn't always work because, if you try to copy a shellscript and
> paste that into an xterm, it then tries to run that script! The users
> here also report that sometimes the paste doesn't paste all the text
> that was copied.
> I would really like to find a solution to this, as its blocking the use
> of XFree at my work. So any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Many thanks,
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