Sets the contents of the system clipboard.
A displayed CAPI pane or interface.
A Lisp object (not necessarily a string) to make available within the local Lisp image.
The string representation of
to export, or
is a string, then that will be exported as the string.
A property list of additional format/value pairs to export. The currently supported formats are as described for
. You can export more than one format simultaneously.
A string, or
sets the contents of the system clipboard to be the text of
In Windows applications (including LispWorks in Windows emulation mode), the contents of the system clipboard is usually accessed by the user with the
The X clipboard can be accessed by running the program xclipboard or the Emacs function x-get-clipboard. The most likely explanation for apparent inconsistencies after
is that the pasting application doesn't use the X clipboard.
In Cocoa applications (including LispWorks), the contents of the system clipboard is usually accessed by the user with the
To export an image:
nil nil (list :image
To export an image with a text description
(list :image image
:string "my image"))
LispWorks CAPI Reference Manual - 25 Jul 2006