dwm

suckless's window manager with Luke's setup
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commit eb184e02eacaf49b71e1d841a9dfb94441247509
parent ed41473634058b3ffdee7c8eef39785defe9da65
Author: Anselm R. Garbe <garbeam@wmii.de>
Date:   Mon, 17 Jul 2006 11:36:07 +0200

patched dwm

Diffstat:
Mconfig.mk | 2+-
Mdwm.1 | 2+-
Mdwm.html | 72++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++----------------------------
3 files changed, 46 insertions(+), 30 deletions(-)

diff --git a/config.mk b/config.mk @@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ MANPREFIX = ${PREFIX}/share/man X11INC = /usr/X11R6/include X11LIB = /usr/X11R6/lib -VERSION = 0.2 +VERSION = 0.3 # includes and libs LIBS = -L${PREFIX}/lib -L/usr/lib -lc -L${X11LIB} -lX11 diff --git a/dwm.1 b/dwm.1 @@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ Lock .B Control-[0..n] Append .B nth -tag to cureent +tag to current .B window .TP .B Control-Button1 diff --git a/dwm.html b/dwm.html @@ -28,58 +28,74 @@ and all this hype about remote control through a 9P service, I only want to manage my windows in a simple, but dynamic way. wmii never got finished because I listened to users, who proposed arbitrary ideas I - considered useful. This resulted in an extreme <a href="http://www.jwz.org/doc/cadt.html">CADT</a> - development model, which was a mistake. Thus the philosophy of - dwm is simply <i>to fit my needs</i> (maybe yours as well). That's it. + considered useful. This resulted in an extreme <a + href="http://www.jwz.org/doc/cadt.html">CADT</a> development model, + which was a mistake. Thus the philosophy of dwm is simply <i>to fit my + needs</i> (maybe yours as well). That's it. </p> - <h3>Differences to wmii</h3 + <h3>Differences to ion, larswm, and wmii</h3> <p> - In contrast to wmii, dwm is only a window manager, and nothing else. - Hence, it is much smaller, faster and simpler. + In contrast to ion, larswm, and wmii, dwm is much smaller, faster and simpler. </p> <ul> <li> - dwm has no 9P support, no editable tagbars, no shell-based - configuration and remote control and comes without any additional - tools like printing the selection or warping the mouse. + dwm has no Lua integration, no 9P support, no menu, no editable + tagbars, no shell-based configuration, no remote control, and comes + without any additional tools like printing the selection or warping + the mouse. </li> <li> dwm is only a single binary, it's source code is intended to never exceed 2000 SLOC. </li> <li> - dwm is customized through editing its source code, that makes it - extremely fast and secure - it does not process any input data which - hasn't been known at compile time, except window title names. + dwm is based on tagging and dynamic window management (however + simpler than ion, wmii or larswm). It manages windows in + tiling and floating modes. Either mode can be applied dynamically, + depending on the application in use and the task performed. </li> <li> - dwm is based on tagging and dynamic window management (however simpler - than wmii or larswm). + dwm don't distinguishes between layers, there is no floating or + tiled layer. Wether the clients of currently selected tag are in + tiled mode or not, you can re-arrange all clients on the fly. + Popup- and fixed-size windows are treated floating, however. </li> <li> - dwm don't distinguishes between layers, there is no floating or - managed layer. Wether the clients of currently selected tag are - managed or not, you can re-arrange all clients on the fly. Popup- - and fixed-size windows are treated unmanaged. + dwm is customized through editing its source code, that makes it + extremely fast and secure - it does not process any input data + which hasn't been known at compile time, except window title names + and status text read from standard input. You don't have to learn + Lua/sh/ruby or some weird configuration file format (like X + resource files), beside C to customize it for your needs, + you <b>only</b> have to learn C. + </li> + <li> + Because dwm is customized through editing its source code, it's + pointless to make binary packages of it. This keeps its userbase + small and elitist. No novices asking stupid questions. </li> <li> dwm uses 1-pixel borders to provide the maximum of screen real - estate to clients. Small titlebars are only drawn in front of unfocused - clients. + estate to clients. Small titlebars are only drawn in front of + unfocused clients. </li> <li> - dwm reads from <b>stdin</b> to print arbitrary status text (like the - date, load, battery charge). That's much simpler than larsremote, - wmiir and what not... + dwm reads from standard input to print arbitrary status text (like + the date, load, battery charge). That's much simpler than + larsremote, wmiir and what not... </li> <li> - Anselm <b>does not</b> want any feedback to dwm. If you ask for support, - feature requests, or if you report bugs, they will be <b>ignored</b> - with a high chance. dwm is only intended to fit Anselms needs. - However you are free to download and distribute/relicense it, with the - conditions of the <a href="http://wmii.de/cgi-bin/hgwebdir.cgi/dwm?f=f10eb1139362;file=LICENSE;style=raw">MIT/X Consortium license</a>. + dwm is only intended to fit Anselms needs. That means, Anselm + <b>does not</b> want feedback to dwm. If you ask for support, + feature requests, or if you report "bugs" (<i>real bugs are welcome + though</i>), they will be <b>ignored</b> with a high + chance. However you are free to download and distribute/relicense + it, with the conditions of the <a + href="http://wmii.de/cgi-bin/hgwebdir.cgi/dwm?f=f10eb1139362;file=LICENSE;style=raw">MIT/X Consortium license</a>. </li> </ul> + <h3>Documentation</h3> + There is a <a href="http://wmii.de/cgi-bin/man/man2html?query=dwm">man page</a>. <h3>Screenshot</h3> <p> <a href="http://wmii.de/shots/dwm-20060714.png">Click here for a screenshot</a> (20060714)