PastebinCL is a program which sends a "paste" at http://pastebin.com/
using a command-line interface.
When you run pastebincl, it will wait for user entry until you press
ctrl+D. Then, it will send the text on pastebin with the given
POST AS A REGISTERED USER
To post as a registered user, you must generate a file containing your
username and password. To do so, run "pastebincl --usergen".
The possible arguments are:
Prints the program version and basic informatons, and then
-h, -?, --help
Prints a short help, and then returns.
Prints the program licence, and then returns.
Generates an "users" file for the software with the informations
-n [name], --name=[name]
Defines [name] as the paste name.
-s [syntax], --syntax=[syntax]
Defines [syntax] as the syntax highlighting pattern of your
text, eg. "c" or "lolcode" (see the full list on http://paste-
bin.com/). To display the complete list, run "pastebincl --syn-
Posts a private past instead of a public one. A private paste
won't be displayed in the latest pastes, neither indexed by
Posts the paste as a guest. It's the default option if no con-
figuration file was set.
The file generated by --usergen. It is encrypted with a built-in
key generated during compilation, and contains username and
password for your pastebin account.
To post a paste without options:
$ pastebincl (type your text, then ctrl+D)
To post without options a file named "foo.txt":
$ cat foo.txt | pastebincl
To post a paste named "foo", in C language, privately, which expires in
$ pastebincl -n foo -s c -e 10M -p (type your text, then ctrl+D)
Both pastebincl and this manpage were written by Theophile BASTIAN
(aka. Tobast) <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Pastebincl is under GNU GPL licence, as published by the Free Software
Fundation on version 3.
Please report every bug you encounter to <email@example.com>.
25 December 2011 PASTEBINCL(1)