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Re: Where do you get beaver?

On Fri, May 18, 2007 at 07:00:09AM +0530, Deboo ^ wrote:
> I have installed minimal X on Etch Stable. Nicely working.
> Copy/paste from firefox and in to vi/jed doesn't seem to work, nor the
> other way round. So I wanted a small and nice X text editor which I
> can use as a medium to save the clipboard text and then paste in to
> vi/jed sessions and vice-versa.
> I had seen in DSL that there's a nice X editor beaver. So tried to
> install it but apt can't find beaver. On the beaver's website at
> sf.net, it's mentioned that it can be apt-get installed. I searched it
> on packages.debian.org and it is not available in any of the distros.
> I don't want to install a tarball, can someone tell me where to get a
> .deb or how to apt-get it?
There are two ways to cut and paste, using the control-c and control-v
and using 'select' and  'middle-click'. The latter should work. The
former as far as I know does not work because it doesnt interact with
the x clipboard.
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