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wxpaste(1)		    General Commands Manual		    wxpaste(1)

NAME
       wxpaste - output	a cutbuffer to stdout

SYNOPSIS
       wxpaste [options]

DESCRIPTION
       wxpaste	outputs	 the contents of the specified cutbuffer to stdout. If
       no cutbuffer is specified, the cutbuffer	0 will be used as default.

OPTIONS
       --cutbuffer number
	      The data will be pasted from the specified cutbuffer, instead of
	      the default 0.

       -display	display-name
	      Specifies	 the display where wxpaste should look for the data to
	      be pasted.

       --help print a help message with	the list of options.

       --selection [selection-name]
	      The data will be copied from the	named  selection.  If  cutting
	      from  the	 selection  fails, the cutbuffer will be used. The de-
	      fault value for the selection name is PRIMARY.

       --version
	      print the	version	of Window Maker	from which the program comes.

BUGS
       When used without a selection name, the --selection option must be  the
       last  one.   The	 syntax	 could be cleaned, but backwards compatibility
       prevents	that...

       INCR and	MULTIPLE selection types are not handled. Actually, only  sim-
       ple  text  selections are handled, which	should be enough for most uses
       of a utility such as this.

SEE ALSO
       wxcopy(1), wmaker(1)

AUTHOR
       This man	page was written by Marcelo Magallon <mmagallo@debian.org>.

       Window  Maker  was  written  by	Alfredo	 K.   Kojima   <kojima@window-
       maker.info>.

				  March	1998			    wxpaste(1)

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