GPaste(1) A lightweight clipboard manager for the Gnome desktop


[command |] gpaste [options...]


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


gpaste [history]
Display the history with indexes
gpaste history-size
Display this size of the history
gpaste oneline-history
Display the history without newlines
gpaste raw-history
Display the history (raw) without indexes
gpaste backup-history
Backup the current history
gpaste switch-history
Switch to another history
gpaste delete-history
Delete a history
gpaste list-histories
List available histories
gpaste zero-history
Display the history with NUL as separator
gpaste add <text>
Add the text into the history
gpaste add-password <name> <password>
Add the name - password couple to the history
gpaste delete-password <name>
Delete the password <name>
gpaste set-password <number> <name>
Mark the <number>th item of the history as being a password named <name>
gpaste rename-password <old name> <new name>
Rename the password
gpaste get <number>
Get the <number>th item from the history
gpaste get-raw <number>
Get the <number>th item from the history (raw)
gpaste select <number>
Put the <number>th item of the history into the clipboard
gpaste delete <number>
Delete the <number>th item of the history
gpaste file <path>
Put the content of the file at <path> into the clipboard
command | gpaste
Put the output of the command into the history
gpaste empty
Empty the history
gpaste start
Start tracking clipboard changes
gpaste stop
Stop tracking clipboard changes
gpaste daemon-reexec
Reexecute the daemon, for example after upgrading GPaste
gpaste settings
Launch the configuration tool
gpaste version
Display the version
gpaste daemon-version
Display the daemon version
gpaste help
Display the help
gpaste about
Display the about dialog
gpaste show-history
Make the applet or extension display the history