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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by waltman (335) on 2005.09.09 9:43 (#43180) Journal
    I use aterm instead of xterm, mainly because it's smarter about double-clicking on things like URLs and email addresses. It's not in the standard install, but you can get it from fink. Otherwise I use the standard X11.app.

    As for copying and pasting, here's what I do. To copy from X, just highlight the text and hit cmd-C, just like in any other OS X application. To paste text from the clipboard into X, click the mouse button while holding the option key down. Other things might work if you've got a fancier mouse. At the office I've got a Logitech wheel mouse, and I can paste into X by clicking the mouse wheel.