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gpaste-client: A lightweight clipboard manager for the Gnome desktop


GPaste - A lightweight clipboard manager for the Gnome desktop


[command |] gpaste-client [options...]


GPaste is a modular clipboard management system with a fully DBus-based daemon, a CLI client and a gtk+ tray icon.


gpaste-client [history]
Display the history with indexes
gpaste-client history-size
Display this size of the history
gpaste-client get-history
Get the name of the current history
gpaste-client backup-history
Backup the current history
gpaste-client switch-history
Switch to another history
gpaste-client delete-history
Delete a history
gpaste-client list-histories
List available histories
gpaste-client add <text>
Add the text into the history
gpaste-client add-password <name> <password>
Add the name - password couple to the history
gpaste-client delete-password <name>
Delete the password <name>
gpaste-client set-password <number> <name>
Mark the <number>th item of the history as being a password named <name>
gpaste-client rename-password <old name> <new name>
Rename the password
gpaste-client get <number>
Get the <number>th item from the history
gpaste-client select <number>
Put the <number>th item of the history into the clipboard
gpaste-client replace <number> <contents>
Replace the contents of the <number>th item of the history with the provided one
gpaste-client merge [--decoration|-d <string>] [--separator|-s <string>] <number> … <number>
Merge the <number>th items of the history and put the result in the clipboard
If foo bar and baz are respectively index 1 3 and 4 in history and you run
gpaste-client merge -d '"' -s ',' 1 3 4
You will end up with "foo","bar","baz" in your clipboard
gpaste-client delete <number>
Delete the <number>th item of the history
gpaste-client file <path>
Put the content of the file at <path> into the clipboard
command | gpaste-client
Put the output of the command into the history
gpaste-client empty
Empty the history
gpaste-client start
Start tracking clipboard changes
gpaste-client stop
Stop tracking clipboard changes
gpaste-client upload <number>
Upload the <number>th item to a pastebin service
gpaste-client ui
Launch the graphical tool
gpaste-client daemon-reexec
Reexecute the daemon, for example after upgrading GPaste
gpaste-client settings
Launch the configuration tool
gpaste-client version
Display the version
gpaste-client daemon-version
Display the daemon version
gpaste-client help
Display the help
gpaste-client about
Display the about dialog
gpaste-client show-history
Make the applet or extension display the history


Display each item on one line, without new lines
Display the item raw (without index)
Use NUL character instead of new lines between each item