dwm

suckless's window manager with Luke's setup
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commit cbfc69e310e41cf0d9d4ae7529856014f2b88822
parent 1d7674bb22088c5dae110751bd57e75c141e3afb
Author: Anselm R. Garbe <arg@10kloc.org>
Date:   Tue, 12 Sep 2006 09:46:19 +0200

made introduction comment in dwm.h shorter
Diffstat:
Mdwm.h | 35+++++++++++++++--------------------
1 file changed, 15 insertions(+), 20 deletions(-)

diff --git a/dwm.h b/dwm.h @@ -6,19 +6,14 @@ * driven through handling X events. In contrast to other X clients, a window * manager like dwm selects for SubstructureRedirectMask on the root window, to * receive events about child window appearance and disappearance. Only one X - * connection at a time is allowed to select for this event mask by any X - * server, thus only one window manager instance can be executed at a time. - * Any attempt to select for SubstructureRedirectMask by any connection after - * another connection already selected for those events, will result in an - * error generated by the server. Such errors are reported through calling the - * current X error handler. + * connection at a time is allowed to select for this event mask. * - * Calls to pop an X event from the event queue of the X connection are + * Calls to fetch an X event from the event queue of the X connection are * blocking. Due the fact, that dwm reads status text from standard input, a * select-driven main loop has been implemented which selects for reads on the * X connection and STDIN_FILENO to handle all data smoothly and without - * busy-loop quirks.. The event handlers of dwm are organized in an array - * which is accessed whenever a new event has been popped. This allows event + * busy-loop quirks. The event handlers of dwm are organized in an array which + * is accessed whenever a new event has been fetched. This allows event * dispatching in O(1) time. * * Each child window of the root window is called a client in window manager @@ -27,20 +22,20 @@ * history is remembered through a global stack list. Each client contains an * array of Bools of the same size as the global tags array to indicate the * tags of a client. There are no other data structures to organize the clients - * in tag lists, because a single global list is most simple. All clients which - * have at least one tag enabled of the current tags viewed, will be visible on - * the screen, all other clients are banned to the x-location 2 * screen width. - * This avoids having additional layers of workspace handling. + * in tag lists. All clients which have at least one tag enabled of the current + * tags viewed, will be visible on the screen, all other clients are banned to + * the x-location x + 2 * screen width. This avoids having additional layers + * of workspace handling. * * For each client dwm creates a small title window which is resized whenever - * the WM_NAME or _NET_WM_NAME properties are updated. + * the WM_NAME or _NET_WM_NAME properties are updated or the client is resized. + * Keys and tagging rules are organized as arrays and defined in the config.h + * file. These arrays are kept static in event.o and tag.o respectively, + * because no other part of dwm needs access to them. The current mode is + * represented by the arrange function pointer which wether points to dofloat + * or dotile. * - * Keys and tagging rules are organized as arrays as well and defined in the - * config.h file. These arrays are kept static in event.o and tag.o - * respectively, because no other part of dwm needs access to them. - * - * The current mode is represented by the arrange function pointer which wether - * points to dofloat or dotile. + * To understand everything else, start with reading main.c:main(). */ #include "config.h"