Returns the clipboard object for the given selection.
Cut/copy/paste menu items and keyboard shortcuts should use
the default clipboard, returned by passing
GDK_NONE is supported as a synonym for GDK_SELECTION_CLIPBOARD
for backwards compatibility reasons.)
The currently-selected object or text should be provided on the clipboard
GDK_SELECTION_PRIMARY. Cut/copy/paste menu items
conceptually copy the contents of the
to the default clipboard, i.e. they copy the selection to what the
user sees as the clipboard.
gtkClipboardGetForDisplay(display, selection = "GDK_SELECTION_CLIPBOARD")
the display for which the clipboard is to be retrieved or created
GDK_NONE is the same as using
("CLIPBOARD", FALSE). See
for a detailed discussion of the "CLIPBOARD" vs. "PRIMARY"
selections under the X window system. On Win32 the
GDK_SELECTION_PRIMARY clipboard is essentially ignored.)
It's possible to have arbitrary named clipboards; if you do invent new clipboards, you should prefix the selection name with an underscore (because the ICCCM requires that nonstandard atoms are underscore-prefixed), and namespace it as well. For example, if your application called "Foo" has a special-purpose clipboard, you might call it "_FOO_SPECIAL_CLIPBOARD". Since 2.2
GtkClipboard] the appropriate clipboard object. If no
clipboard already exists, a new one will
be created. Once a clipboard object has
been created, it is persistent and, [ transfer none ]
Derived by RGtkGen from GTK+ documentation
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