A command-line clipboard manager
A command line clipboard manager written in Python.
This clipboard manager is intended to be used without opening any additional screen. Once setup the only required step is to hit a key combination to save the current contents of the clipboard for later use.
pyperclip python package is required. This package will be automatically installed.
On some Linux distros ``xclip`` package may be required. Install it with sudo apt-get install xclip on Ubuntu if you cannot save memos.
- Using Pypi, pip install clipboard_memo
- Now bind a key-combination to the cmemo_direct command to save memos directly with a single keystroke.
For example, for Ubuntu follow the instructions here and type cmemo_direct in the Command field.
To see the help screen type:
$ cmemo -h usage: clipboard_memo <command> [<args>] Available commands are: save Save the contents of clipboard delete INDEX Delete a memo of given index number delete -a | --all Delete all saved memos ls List all saved memos yank INDEX Copy a memo to clipboard Save clipboard data as memos positional arguments: command Subcommand to run optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit
- Move from pickle to sqlite3
- Add colors
- Shrink multi-line memos
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