If I do
echo foo | xclip -i in the terminal and then Ctrl + V, I get
But instead, if I write a file,
#!/bin/sh echo bar | xclip -i
./bar.sh in the terminal, the clipboard content doesn't become "bar" as I would expect.
Why? And how do I make it do to so?
I managed to do it changing the line
echo bar | xclip -i to
echo bar | xclip -selection c, but why does this way work and the other doesn't?