1.0.2rc4 is Released

September 5, 2011 – 8:26 pm

The source can be downloaded here.

Here are the debian binaries (.deb) files:
i386
amd64.

v1.0.2rc4 Monday, September 5 2011
Changes
+Fix bugs introduced in clipboard code selection. Should fix primary deselect and file cut/paste issue.
+Applied FSF Address change patch from Andrew Starr-Bochicchio, Debian.
+Changed history limit to 1000.
+Applied build patch on new Debian boxes Andrew Starr-Bochicchio, Debian.

This is primarily a bug fix release. The primary selection was a code clean up bug, the others are build patches for the distro maintainer(s).

I wasn’t going to do anything, but since this bug is going to irritate a lot of folks, I figured I’d better get it done now. So much for paid work today. :)

NOTE (this should go in the man page…eventually):
Primary means mouse copy/paste, and this is the X ‘primary’ clipboard
Ctrl-C is the keyboard copy/past, and this is the X ‘clipboard’ clipboard
Syncronize means if you copy with either, it pastes immediately to the other one.
If not syncroized, if you use Ctrl-C, then try to paste with middle mouse, you will get whatever was in the primary keyboard (the last thing you copied with the mouse).

Hope that makes sense.

Enjoy!

  1. 2 Responses to “1.0.2rc4 is Released”

  2. Thanks you so much
    Glad you take some time to help others :)

    +Changed history limit to 1000.
    Thanks again !!

    When you get time maybe some nice features could be added without trading memory footprint/dependencies :P

    Keep Up the Good Work !!

    By bezaleel360 on Sep 6, 2011

  3. tl;dr: copy/paste in libreoffice takes cell number and not formula.

    Thank you for parcellite. It is among the first things I install on boxes after xorg and xfce4.

    When I use libreoffice and copy a formula (=c1+c2 or something like that) and the numbers there are 1 and 1 and the cell shows 2 then parcellite will copy the number 2. When parcellite is not running and I ctrl-c then libreoffice copies the formula (which is somewhat nicer).

    Is it possible to somehow make parcellite also copy formulas in libreoffice calc? I currently have to exit it before using libreoffice and start it back up when I exit.

    thank you for making parcellite and also for reading all of this.

    RickyRockRat: Have you tried Ctrl-V (even though the number shows in Parcellite?). In open office, for example, in a new worksheet, if I put ‘=B2+B4′ in A1, Then arrow to next field, then arrow back to A1, hit Ctrl-C, then Arrow to, say B2, and hit Ctrl-V, the formula is copied, even though parcellite shows just the number. Does that work for Libreoffice? I think these programs store formulas as something other than text, and currently Parcellite only works on text.

    By Ă–yvind Saether on Sep 6, 2011

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