Perl Makefile Shell
Latest commit d5e737c Feb 27, 2015 @bartman url_matcher for non-latin URLs (not default)
Contributed by worn_mind, with this message...

I'm using mark-yank-urls and i have a suggestion.
Today there are a lot of sites int the internet that uses national
alphabet in url, so i think it would be nice if mark-yank-urls could
handle it. So i modified your script(patch attached). Please think about
it, maybe it's worth to be added.

... it's not default since it's not tested.



  If you find any of this interesting, you may want to create a fork
  on github.

Main author
  Bart Trojanowski <>

  Miciah Dashiel Butler Masters
  Nigel McNie
  Jonas Kramer
  Olof Johansson
  Dave O'Neill
  Hans Dieter Pearcey
  Daniel Danner
  Julius Plenz
  << your name here >>

  This script will cycle through URLs in the terminal and let you 
  copy them (y) or launch a browser (<enter>).

  This script is known to be working, but is likely not bug-free.

    apt-get install rxvt-unicode xclip git-core
    git clone git:// urxvt.git
    mkdir -p ~/.urxvt
    cp urxvt.git/mark-yank-urls ~/.urxvt

    cat >> ~/.Xdefaults <<END
URxvt.keysym.M-u: perl:mark-yank-urls:activate_mark_mode
URxvt.reverseVideo: true
URxvt.perl-lib: /home/jukie/bart/.urxvt/
URxvt.perl-ext: selection
URxvt.perl-ext: mark-yank-urls


  This is a general purpose block copy script.  Alt-u emulates the
  mark-yank-urls script.  Alt-y is intended to work like the GNU screen
  copy mode.

  WARNING, there are still many bugs in this script.

    apt-get install rxvt-unicode xclip git-core
    git clone git:// urxvt.git
    mkdir -p ~/.urxvt
    cp urxvt.git/mark-and-yank ~/.urxvt

    cat >> ~/.Xdefaults <<END
URxvt.keysym.M-y: perl:mark-and-yank:activate_mark_mode
URxvt.keysym.M-u: perl:mark-and-yank:activate_mark_url_mode
URxvt.perl-lib: /home/jukie/bart/.urxvt/
URxvt.perl-ext: mark-and-yank
URxvt.urlLauncher: firefox

    - get rid of globals, use $term->{variable}s
    - whole screen capture
    - b,e,w,W,gg,G for movement
    - merge code with improvements made to mark-yank-urls