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Xamarin-4959: Fix copy of clipboard data after app exits #297

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Clipboard.SetDataObject allows to pass a copy parameter that
determines whether the data will be kept on the clipboard after
the app exits or not.

This patch implements this for X11 (or rather GTK).

ermshiperete added some commits May 9, 2012
@ermshiperete ermshiperete Unit test for bug Xamarin-4959
Because the clipboard is a shared resource between applications
it is possible that the test sometimes fails for wrong reasons
if another app manipulates the clipboard just at the right time.

Change-Id: I1a52b62d2958ece35c8927172d94ab6ccb3183b0
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@ermshiperete ermshiperete Xamarin-4959: Fix copy of clipboard data after app exits
Clipboard.SetDataObject allows to pass a copy parameter that
determines whether the data will be kept on the clipboard after
the app exits or not.

This patch implements this for X11 (or rather GTK).

Change-Id: If69e75239ea35432e44f32a8a5ba54f3fe1fb60a
444495f
@migueldeicaza migueldeicaza merged commit 68069f0 into mono:master May 24, 2012
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