[PC-BSD Pbi-dev] PBI submissions Autocutsel, X11 clipboard, Xclip, Xsel-conrad, Clipboard, showrgb, gcolor2, Agave, grabc, setxkbmap

Ken Moore ken at pcbsd.org
Mon Apr 9 17:55:54 PDT 2012


On 04/06/12 20:04, nemysis wrote:
> Autocutsel
>
> Autocutsel synchronizes the two copy/paste buffers mainly used by X
> applications. It unifies "clipboards" between VNC servers and Windows.
>
> The 'cutsel' binary performs the synchronization whenever it is run.
> The 'autocutsel' binary performs the synchronization continuously.  I
> suggest running it from ~/.vnc/xstartup by adding a line like this at
> the top:
>   exec autocutsel &
>
> http://www.freshports.org/deskutils/autocutsel/
>
>
>
> X11 clipboard
>
> This package contains xclipboard, an X clipboard client.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11/xclipboard/
>
>
>
> Xclip
>
> xclip is a command line utility that is designed to run on any system
> with an X11 implementation. It provides an interface to X selections
> ("the clipboard") from the command line. It can read data from standard
> in or a file and place it in an X selection for pasting into other X
> applications. xclip can also print an X selection to standard out,
> which can then be redirected to a file or another program.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11/xclip/
>
>
>
> Xsel-conrad
>
> XSel is a command-line program for getting and setting the contents of
> the X selection. Normally this is only accessible by manually
> highlighting information and pasting it with the middle mouse button.
>
> This port is similar to x11/xsel, but with different CLI syntax and
> a bit more functionality. It is a lot more popular, too.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11/xsel-conrad/
>
>
>
> Clipboard
>
> Who doesn't remember the first time they learned to copy and paste, and
> generated an exponentially growing text document?   Yes, that's right,
> clipboards are magical.
>
> With Clipboard.pm, this magic is now trivial to access,
> cross-platformly, from your Perl code.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11/p5-Clipboard/
>
>
>
> showrgb
>
> This package contains showrgb, a program that reads an rgb color-name
> database compiled for use with the dbm database routines and converts it
> back to source form, printing the result to standard output.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11/rgb/
>
>
>
> gcolor2
>
> Gcolor2 is a simple, standalone GTK+ 2.0 color selector.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/graphics/gcolor2/
>
>
>
> Agave
>
> GNOME Colorscheme is a color scheme builder for the GNOME desktop. It is
> useful for web creation as well as room painting. It supports 6 various
> types of color schemes: Complements, Split Complements, Triads,
> Tetrads, Analogous, and Monochromatic.
>
> The user can lighten/darken the whole colorscheme or increase/decrease
> its saturation.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/graphics/agave/
>
>
>
> grabc
>
> Is s simple but very useful program to determine the color string in
> hex (or in RGB components) by clicking on a pixel on the screen. While
> web browsing, lots of time you find a nice color and wonder what co
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11/grabc/
>
>
>
> setxkbmap
>
> This package contains setxkbmp, a program for setting the keyboard using
> the X Keyboard Extension.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11/setxkbmap/
>
>
>
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I just added these programs to the build server after some minor
modifications.
We already had a module for graphics/agave, so I just left the current
module alone (did not see any real differences).

Thanks for sending them in!


-- 
~~ Ken Moore ~~
PC-BSD/iXsystems

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