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Manual Reference Pages  -  WEBSERVICE::NOPASTE (3)

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NAME



    WebService::NoPaste - Post to Paste Web Pages



CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    # Manually paste input, manually copy the result url:
    $ nopaste

    # Instantly upload your passwd file for the whole world to see, but
    # at least youll have the result URL conveniently in your
    # clipboard.
    $ nopaste p < /etc/passwd



DESCRIPTION



    When online chatting it is problematic to paste an entire 300 line
    file.  Yes paste?  No.  NoPaste!

    Posting to a paste host is preferred.  These servers are just web
    forms that accept input from a big text field, and temporarily house
    them as web pages.

    This script/module is for those who find it tedious to switch to a
    web browser, load the page, and then paste.  Why use the mouse when
    you can use the keyboard? ;)



CONFIGURATION



    Currently, you just edit "nopaste" itself to point it at a different
    server, to change languages (which only affects the way the HTML
    formatting syntax highlights), etc.

    This is lame, I know.  But its early.  If youd like neater
    configuration, email me, and Ill get right to it.



AUTHOR



    Ryan King <rking@panoptic.com>



COPYRIGHT



    Copyright (c) 2005. Ryan King. All rights reserved.

    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
    under the same terms as Perl itself.

    See http://www.perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html



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