Hi,

See:

Style * IconTitleFormat %i

Thomas

On 10 Jun 2013 20:56, "Walter Alejandro Iglesias" <e...@roquesor.com> wrote:
>
> Hello all,
>
> I've noticed two issues with 2.6.5 not present in the version that comes
with
> Debian (2.5.30).  2.6.5 doesn't show the icon name correctly (it shows the
> title name instead) and it doesn't refresh the icon name when
PROMPT_COMMAND
> variable is set on bashrc.  I don't know if both issues have a common
origin.
> The second just happens using utf8 locale, probably iconv related because
it
> can be avoided setting xterm*utf8Title to False or compiling FVWM with
> --disable-iconv or running FVWM with:
>
> $ LANG=C fvwm
>
> For example I use in ~/.bashrc:
>
> PROMPT_COMMAND='echo -ne "\033]0;${USER}@${HOSTNAME}:${PWD/$HOME/~}\007";'
> PROMPT_COMMAND+='echo -ne "\033]1;${PWD/$HOME/~}\007"'
>
> This should print the typical user@host:/path/dir on window title and just
> /path/dir on the icon name (and in FvwmIconMan too).
>
>   1) Icon and IconMan show the title name.  Unsetting the PROMPT_COMMAND
> variable and running i.e. xterm -n NAME -title TITLE the icon and IconMan
show
> TITLE.  I didn't found any workaround to this.
>
>   2) Using utf8 locale and xterm*utf8Title set to true on Xterm the icon
and
> IconMan show the $OLDPWD instead of $PWD.  The workarounds I mention in
the
> first paragraph avoid this behavior.
>
> Finally to discard if Debian use some compile option or patch I've
downloaded
> the 2.5.30 from fvwm.org and compiled it just with --prefix=/usr (the
same I
> use to compile 2.6.5).  It shows the icon name correctly like in Debian
binary.
>
>

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