Broadcast standard out using Bonjour. Pipe output to other people. Pastejour is like pbcopy, but over the network!
alice$ git diff | pastejour bob$ pastejour alice alice$ git diff | pastejour bob bob$ pastejour alice$ git diff | pastejour monkeys bob$ pastejour alice-monkeys alice$ git diff | pastejour monkeys bob$ pastejour -f Searching for servers (3 seconds) alice-monkeys # Copy the clipboard contents from one machine to another alice$ pbpaste | pastejour bob bob$ pastejour | pbcopy
Yup. Pastejour gives you a simple, discoverable pipe for standard in and out. By default, Pastejour will only stay up until the first person grabs your paste. If you want to let a bunch of people grab the same thing, shoot it out in multiple mode:
alice$ git diff | pastejour -m # keeps on serving 'til you CTRL-C
You know it.
$ gem install pastejour
- Stop using dnssd, it’s Mac OS X only.
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