On (20/01/09 09:49), henry atting wrote: > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > From: henry atting <nspm...@literaturlatenight.de> > Subject: [dwm] Re: What happened here? > Reply-To: dwm mail list <email@example.com> > List-Id: dwm mail list <dwm.suckless.org> > User-Agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux) > Cancel-Lock: sha1:WaXw8qx3RxRmlkx9dQJG0B9fg4s= > > I recently switched from dwm to xmonad. > I did not like the rigid constraint on a certain number of code lines. > The resulting way of doing it with patches in my opinion is not > very sincere. I needed only two - and they did not match.
I don't see any "rigid" constraint, as for SLOC, we are now pretty far from 2k SLOC as current dwm has ~1.5k SLOCs. I personaly see this limit as only expression of something like: we don't want dbus etc etc. > > Though I do not know haskell at all I find it very simple to configure > xmonad, took me an hour or so to get things done. > > But on the other hand being no coder I do not fit into the dwm target > group anyhow. ;) > > henry > > -Ph -- Premysl "Anydot" Hruby, http://www.redrum.cz/