In comp.windows.x, Kenny McCormack <gaz...@shell.xmission.com
> Eli the Bearded <*@eli.users.panix.com
>> In comp.windows.x, Javier <inv...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
>>> How can I know the maximum file size that the secondary selection can
>> I'd start with a binary search for the threshhold between works and
>> doesn't work.
> I assume OP would prefer something documented - something he can rely on -
> rather than having to test it by trial-and-error on each new platform he
When I try:
xclip -selection secondary -in /dev/zero
I don't find any hard and fast limit. I just see the slow exhaustion of
all memory. (And I killed it when the system started to swap rather than
let it run to OoM death.)
Was that so hard?
gets annoyed by having everything swapped it, switching apps is too slow