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Feature-packed clipboard manipulator which makes use of stdin/out redirections intelligently and is 100% Pure so it can be made resident. New in this version: - pure rename of "clip" to "sclip" (shell clip), to avoid confusions with os4's default c:clip. Examples: $ sclip The contents of clipboard unit 0 will get written to stdout. $ sclip foobar The contents of the clipboard unit 0 will be written to the file foobar. $ sclip foobar STORE The contents of the file foobar will get written to clipboard unit 0. $ sclip UNIT=3 STRING="He never saw Molly again" The string "He never saw Molly again" will be written to clipboard unit 3. $ foobar | sclip Output of the program foobar will get written to clipboard unit 0 $ sclip | foobar The clipboard contents of unit 0 will be supplied to the program foobar. $ foobar | sclip | barfoo Output of foobar gets written to clipboard and is passed through to barfoo. $ foobar | sclip SHIFT | barfoo Output of foobar gets written to clipboard and old contents is passed to barfoo.
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