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my dwm config in tx branch
git clone git://tx.god.jp/dwm.git
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commit 1b2e149cb407be34be0f2b28b8801dc3224eb5c2
parent 6136640ec96edd7219cbb402e3aab1d894c946a5
Author: Anselm R. Garbe <arg@10kloc.org>
Date:   Mon Sep  4 17:37:31 +0200

removed html crap
Diffstat:
config.mk | 2+-
dwm.html | 127-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
favicon.ico | 0
3 files changed, 1 insertion(+), 128 deletions(-)
diff --git a/config.mk b/config.mk @@ -1,5 +1,5 @@ # dwm version -VERSION = 1.3 +VERSION = 1.4 # Customize below to fit your system diff --git a/dwm.html b/dwm.html @@ -1,127 +0,0 @@ -<html> - <head> - <title>dwm - dynamic window manager</title> - <meta name="author" content="Anselm R. Garbe"> - <meta name="generator" content="ed"> - <meta name="copyright" content="(C)opyright 2006 by Anselm R. Garbe"> - <link rel="dwm icon" href="favicon.ico" type="image/x-icon" /> - <style type="text/css"> - body { - color: #000000; - font-family: sans-serif; - margin: 20px 20px 20px 20px; - } - </style> - </head> - <body> - <center> - <img src="dwm.png"/><br /> - <h3>dynamic window manager</h3> - </center> - <h3>Description</h3> - <p> - dwm is a dynamic window manager for X11. - </p> - <h4>Background</h4> - <p> - As founder and main developer of wmii I came to the conclusion that - wmii is too clunky for my needs. I don't need so many funky features - 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. - </p> - <h4>Differences to ion, larswm, and wmii</h4> - <p> - In contrast to ion, larswm, and wmii, dwm is much smaller, faster and simpler. - </p> - <ul> - <li> - dwm has no Lua integration, no 9P support, 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 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 doesn'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 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 (at least editing header files). - </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. - </li> - <li> - 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> - It can be downloaded and distributed under the conditions - of the <a href="http://10kloc.org/cgi-bin/hgwebdir.cgi/dwm?f=f10eb1139362;file=LICENSE;style=raw">MIT/X Consortium license</a>. - </li> - <li> - Optionally you can install <b>dmenu</b> to extend dwm with a wmii-alike menu. - </li> - </ul> - <h4>Links</h4> - <ul> - <li><a href="http://10kloc.org/cgi-bin/man/man2html?query=dwm">Man page</a></li> - <li><a href="http://10kloc.org/shots/dwm-20060810a.png">Screenshot of tiled mode</a> (20060810)</li> - <li><a href="http://10kloc.org/shots/dwm-20060810b.png">Screenshotof floating mode</a> (20060810)</li> - <li><a href="http://10kloc.org/download/poster.ps">A4 poster (PostScript)</a></li> - <li>Mailing List: <a href="http://10kloc.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dwm">dwm at wmii dot de</a> <a href="http://10kloc.org/pipermail/dwm/">(Archives)</a>&nbsp;<a href="http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.comp.window-managers.dwm">(GMANE Archive)</a></li> - <li>IRC channel: <code>#dwm</code> at <code>irc.oftc.net</code></li> - </ul> - <h3>Download</h3> - <ul> - <li><a href="http://10kloc.org/download/dwm-1.2.tar.gz">dwm 1.2</a> (15kb) (20060830)</li> - <li><a href="http://10kloc.org/download/dmenu-0.6.tar.gz">dmenu 0.6</a> (7kb) (20060828)</li> - </ul> - <h3>Development</h3> - <p> - dwm is actively developed in parallel to wmii. You can <a href="http://10kloc.org/cgi-bin/hgwebdir.cgi/dwm">browse</a> its source code repository or get a copy using <a href="http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/">Mercurial</a> with following command: - </p> - <p> - <code>hg clone http://10kloc.org/cgi-bin/hgwebdir.cgi/dwm</code> - </p> - <p> - <code>hg clone http://10kloc.org/cgi-bin/hgwebdir.cgi/dmenu</code> - </p> - <h3>Miscellaneous</h3> - <p> - You can purchase this <a href="https://www.spreadshirt.net/shop.php?op=article&article_id=3298632&view=403">tricot</a> - if you like dwm and the dwm logo, which has been designed by Anselm. - </p> - <p><small>--Anselm</small></p> - </body> -</html> diff --git a/favicon.ico b/favicon.ico Binary files differ.