Usage

Web interface

Creating a new paste

Once you created your paste you can use the controls in the top-right corner. You can edit a paste or completely delete it. A timer is shown as indication when the paste will expire.

Once it expires, all of its data will be permanently removed.

Command-line

You can also use the command-line to paste files to jinbin.

NOTE: When using the command-line, syntax highlighting will default to plaintext. You can use the one-time-session link to edit your paste and add the corresponding language.

Basic usage

$ curl -s -F file=@- https://jinb.in

The above will output your paste URL, which looks something like this:

https://jinb.in/2uk8v8?session_token=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

NOTE: The URL contains a one-time-session token which gives you a single-browser session to edit or delete your pastebins. The link expires in 10 minutes, so make sure to use it. Make sure you only send https://jinb.in/2uk8v8 to other people, making sure that ?session_token=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is excluded from the URL that you are sharing.

Adding a helper function

You can add a helper function for jinbin in your ~/.bashrc:

function jb { curl -s -F file=@- -F expire="${1:-}" https://jinb.in }

Now you can use the jb helper function by doing:

cat ~/myfile.txt | jb

You can also adjust the expiration time.

Possible values are: 10m, 1h, 6h and 24h / 1d. Leaving out the expiration or using an unsupported value will default to 1h.

cat ~/myfile.txt | jb 6h