0x0 pastebin utility
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pb is a helper utility for using 0x0 pastebin services

pb provides an easy-to-use interface for uploading images or piping output to a 0x0 pastebin service. While it comes pre-configured with a specific pastebin, the service endpoint can be overridden.

Usage Examples

Upload 'scores.txt' to the pastebin

pb scores.txt

Upload piped output to the pastebin

echo 'Secret info' | pb

Upload a list of javascript files to the pastebin individually

find . -type f -name '*.js' -print | pb -f

Upload a file to a different pastebin endpoint

pb -s http://0x0.st scores.txt

Shorten a URL

pb -u https://google.com

Re-upload an image from the web

curl -s https://tildegit.org/_/static/img/gitea-lg.png | pb -e "png"


  -h                        Show this help
  -v                        Show current version number
  -f                        Explicitly interpret stdin as filename
  -c                        Pretty color output
  -u                        Shorten URL
  -s server_address         Use alternative pastebin server address
  -e bin_extension          Specify a binary file extension used in the upload


On GNU systems:

sudo make install

On BSD systems:

The man-path /usr/local/share/man is not indexed by default on openbsd. Using the /usr prefix works around this issue.

doas make PREFIX=/usr install


sudo make uninstall

On BSD systems:

doas make PREFIX=/usr uninstall


Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.