Access the clipboard and do not care if the OS is Linux, MacOS or Windows.
You have Clipboard.copy,
Have fun ;)
On Linux, you can choose, from which clipboard you want to paste, default is CLIPBOARD.
copy copies to all clipboards in Clipboard::CLIPBOARDS.
Windows Encoding note
If you paste with 1.9, the Clipboard encoding will be translated to your Encoding.default_external.
If you paste with 1.8, it will fallback to CP850 encoding. Copying with 1.8 will fallback to the clip utility, which is installed by default since Vista
To you use the clipboard through ssh, you need to install xauth on your server and connect via ssh -X or ssh -Y.
Linux: xclip, you can install it on debian/ubuntu with sudo apt-get install xclip
Don't depend on xclip
…if there is enough demand or motivation for me °_°
Planned for 0.9.5
Fallback to ~/.clipboard if the real clipboard can't be accessed.
Also check for xsel on linux
Copy and paste from the commandline (like xclip, pbpaste/pbcopy), but even easier? blip!
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