Inspired by qlipper: http://qt-apps.org/content/show.php/qlipper?content=117784
However, though inspired by qlipper, this does not make use of qlipper's code. While there are other clipboard managers out there, i couldn't find one that was lightweight, cross-platform, simple and had the ability to save its history regardless of exiting the program, so i made my own. This is about as simple as a clipboard manager program can get while remaining practical for everyday use.
This clipboard manager has been tested on both Linux and Windows and works, but it should also work for the Mac OS. This program is part of a bigger project, Dexios DE, but the desktop environment is dependent on the X window system.
The simplest way to compile this program for any Qt-supported operating system is to download and install Qt Creator for the platform, opening up the project file and compiling it in there. Otherwise, you can try issuing "qmake && make" in a console.