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Hi, I'm using Slackware 12.1 with xfce.I use vim inside a gnome-terminal and I'm triyng to understand how to get/set some text from/to the xclipboard with a shortcut or macro ...
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    Slackware xfce vim and clipboard


    Hi,

    I'm using Slackware 12.1 with xfce.I use vim inside a gnome-terminal and I'm triyng to understand how to get/set some text from/to the xclipboard with a shortcut or macro in vim.

    I've already try with the clipboard and guioption=a options in vim and copy the text int the + reg but it dosent work.

    In general I would like to get/set the value of the clipboard trough the shell or accessing it within some kind of script/code??

    How can I do it I google in the net but I don't really understand how it works.....

    Can someone help me???

    Thanks

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    www debian-administration.org/articles/565

    but I can't make it work while xfce4-clipman is running

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