Commands tagged parcellite (1)

  • This command takes the content of a Parcellite-managed clipboard manager and add one level of indentation to it. It may be useful to indent a block of code which will enter inside another, already indented one but I use it mostly to indent code I will post in Stack Overflow questions and answers. Show Sample Output


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    parcellite -c | sed 's/^/ /' | parcellite
    brandizzi · 2012-09-05 18:00:15 0

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