This is pretty kewl, and i mean KEWL.
Here’s NOPASTE’s description in their own words:
What is a ‘nopaste’ site?
A ‘nopaste’ site allows people to paste chunks of code for others to view. This is useful for situations such as asking for programming help on IRC, where it is frowned upon to paste chunks of code to the channel or to individual. With a nopaste site, the user pastes his or her code to the site and is given a url to provide to others so they can find the code.
What’s different about this one?
Many nopaste sites have appeared lately, and many of them are quite similar. The nopaste site at RAFB, as far as I can tell, is the only such site that offers syntax highlighting in several languages including C, C++, C#, Java, PHP, and Visual Basic.
For all you millw0rm and metasploit homies out there, this is a great alternative when posting code in the forums ( as well as blog comments and chat programs). No more HUGE threads with tons of code to cut and paste. One link with all the code you want to show off, and you can link it ANYWHERE, because the link is always there for you to repost and repost until you’re a netlebrity.
Right on nopaste, this is a web app that could change coding/hacking forums for the greater good.