Clipview 3.4 released
February 01, 2012 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Clipview 3.4 is released
New features bug fixes etc:
Corrected bug introduced by -F that stopped -f working.
Fixed focus bug with top and bottom boundaries.
Fixed slow shutdown with -a switch
Linux versions of client & server
The Clipview suite of programs consists of:
ClipView v3.4 - Gives multiple text clipboards. Clips may be printed,
edited, saved to a buffer and locked. Optionally the entire set of clips
and their state can be saved across invocations of ClipView.
ClipPrint v1.2 - Prints the current text contents of the clipboard.
PipeClip v2.3 - Used on the command line to pipe output to the clipboard.
eg dir /w | pipeclip
ClipPipe v1.0 - Used on the command line to pipe input from the clipboard.
eg clippipe | someprogram
ClipWait v1.0 - Used in scripts to wait until something gets written to
Command line Client/Server - Allow clipboards to communicate across machines
CV_Client_OS2 2.2 These are now considered stable.
CV_Client_WIN 2.2 These are now considered stable.
CV_Client_Linux 2.2 These are considered Beta. (Require xclip)