Pigeon holes for your cut and paste selections
xcb provides easy access to the cut buffers built into every X server.
It allows the buffers to be manipulated either via the command line,
or with the mouse in a point and click manner. This version is also
What is xcb?
Do you ever wish you could cut two or more separate pieces of text
at once from a window? Do you ever need to save the output from one
command for reuse in several subsequent tasks? Do you ever find
yourself wanting some easy means of globally exporting data, e.g.
to a parent shell, to another xterm or application, or to another
machine or user? If you answer yes to a
xcb - X Cut Buffers - Pigeon holes for your cut and paste
xcb [Xt option] [-l layout] [-n count] [-p|-s|-S list] [-r
Xcb provides easy access to the cut buffers built into every
X server. It allows the buffers to be manipulated ei
xcb (2.4-4.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Fix FTBFS by replacing xutils with xutils-dev in Build-Depends
* Fix FTBFS by using “rm -f Makefile” instead of “rm Makefile” in the
clean target (Closes: #533965).
* debian/control: Move the Homepage where it belongs.
-- Cyril Brulebois <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 19 Jul 2009 03:30:22 +0200
(this fork is maintained by Marc Lehmann <email@example.com>)
2.4 Mon Nov 25 16:15:55 CET 2002
This package was debianized by Cyrille Chepelov <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Wed, 27 Jun 2001 23:09:40 +
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