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Airpaste is a command-line tool that allows you to easily share files and text between devices connected to the same network. It is specifically designed for convenience and simplicity in sharing data across devices without any setup or complicated configurations.

With airpaste, you can transfer files or any text-based information by simply running the tool on both the sender and receiver devices. It uses multicast DNS (mDNS) to discover and establish direct peer-to-peer connections between devices, eliminating the need for centralized servers or complex network configurations.

To use airpaste, you need to have it installed on your device and have a compatible version running on both the sender and receiver devices. Once connected, you can easily transfer files or send text by piping the content through the airpaste command.

This tool is particularly useful in situations where you need to quickly share files or text between devices in close proximity, such as in a local network environment or during local development and debugging processes.

Airpaste is an open-source tool available on platforms like Linux, macOS, and Windows, making it widely accessible for various users and environments. It provides a quick and straightforward method for sharing data, thereby enhancing collaboration and productivity in local network scenarios.

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