GPaste – clipboard management system

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

A simple CLI interface is provided: gpaste-client, with a subcommand: gpaste-client ui which makes the graphical tool pop up.

GPaste is free and open source software.

A default daemon named gpaste-daemon is provided, with seven keybindings:

  • Show history.
  • Pop the item from the history.
  • Sync primary selection with clipboard.
  • Sync clipboard with primary selection.
  • Mark the active item as being a password.
  • Upload the active item to a pastebin service (using wgetpaste).
  • Launch the graphical tool.

Features include:

  • GTK+3 GUI provides a clean interface.
  • Easily integrates with Gnome Shell, the graphical shell of the GNOME desktop environment starting with version 3.
  • Customizable keyboard shortcuts.
  • Searchable clipboard history.
  • Supports saving images to clipboard.
  • History settings for buffer size and memory usage.

Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Marc-Antoine Perennou
License: BSD 2-Clause “Simplified” License

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