Re: [dwm] nanox

2009-05-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi pancake, 2009/5/19 pancake panc...@youterm.com: I have been looking a bit for an alternative for X11, and I found nano-X quite interesting, but it is currently an abandoned project. 8000 LOCs, there's an abstraction library to wrap libX11 and there's support for some many IO devices (tty,

Re: [dwm] nanox

2009-05-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/5/20 Jacob Todd jaketodd...@gmail.com: On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 04:08:07PM +0200, pancake wrote: Seems interesting, but instead of reinventing the wheel, why don't we just clean up X.org and submit patches back upstream? Rewriting/implementing X.org seems li ke more work than

Re: [dwm] Re: New mailing list

2009-05-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
I think that's a sensible proposal, let's do it. For those who are subscribed already, there won't be a difference. The new ones will subscribe to hackers. We will keep dwm@ and wmii@ working, but direct it to hack...@. Kind regards, Anselm 2009/5/20 markus schnalke mei...@marmaro.de:

Re: [dwm] Re: New mailing list

2009-05-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
regards, Anselm 2009/5/20 Anselm R Garbe garb...@gmail.com: I think that's a sensible proposal, let's do it. For those who are subscribed already, there won't be a difference. The new ones will subscribe to hackers. We will keep dwm@ and wmii@ working, but direct it to hack...@. Kind regards

Re: [dwm] Re: New mailing list

2009-05-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, 2009/5/20 Szabolcs Nagy nszabo...@gmail.com: On 5/20/09, Anselm R Garbe garb...@gmail.com wrote: Let's have hackers@ be some meta list which sends to dwm@ and wmii@, and those subscribed to hackers will receive dwm@ and w...@. Those who are only interested in dwm@ or wmii@ specifically

Re: [dwm] Re: New mailing list

2009-05-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/5/20 Premysl Hruby dfe...@gmail.com: On (20/05/09 10:04), Anselm R Garbe wrote: To: dwm mail list dwm@suckless.org, wmii mail list w...@suckless.org From: Anselm R Garbe garb...@gmail.com Subject: Re: [dwm] Re: New mailing list Reply-To: dwm mail list dwm@suckless.org List-Id: dwm mail

Re: [dwm] Re: New mailing list

2009-05-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/5/20 yy yiyu@gmail.com: 2009/5/20 Szabolcs Nagy nszabo...@gmail.com: On 5/20/09, Anselm R Garbe garb...@gmail.com wrote: Let's have hackers@ be some meta list which sends to dwm@ and wmii@, and those subscribed to hackers will receive dwm@ and w...@. Those who are only interested

Re: [dwm] Re: New mailing list

2009-05-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/5/20 Uriel urie...@gmail.com: The problem is not dwm@ and wmii@, the problem is all the other stuff that is unrelated to either, the only two logical and consistent options are to either we further split the community into st@ dws@ and so on, or we merge everything, and I think that

Re: [dwm] Irc channel moved

2009-05-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/5/20 Dusan ef_...@yahoo.com: #suckless is probably the best. #hackers will attract wrong kids and does not describe anything. The agreed channel name is #suckless. Period. Kind regards, Anselm

Re: [dwm] musca wm

2009-05-15 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/5/15 pancake panc...@youterm.com: another tiling manager with interesting features: http://aerosuidae.net/musca.html Looks to me it's aiming the original WMI without tabbing a little bit. I definately prefer the dwm way after all ;) Kind regards, Anselm

Re: [dwm] musca wm

2009-05-15 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/5/15 pancake panc...@youterm.com: What I find interesting is the support for multi-screen. Actually I'm using wmii at work, because dwm cannot properly handle multiscreen layouts and this made me use the mouse too much. Wmii has some bugs, but at least is IMHO better for multiscreen

Re: [dwm] dwm status bar..

2009-04-30 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/4/30 Wu, Yue vano...@gmail.com: On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 10:08:09PM -0700, Scytrin dai Kinthra wrote: use `xsetroot -name status` as dwm's status bar contents are now derived from the name attribute of the root window. It's a good thing, as you no longer need to play the pipe game. It's

Re: [dwm] dwm's future

2009-04-28 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Ok, thanks again for continuing the discussion. My conclusion is as follows: 1) dwm will be slightly redesigned, code-wise. I consider having a less suckish font and drawing abstraction in order to be implemented in different ways (which will also be used by st and dmenu). Officially there will

Re: [dwm] dwm's future

2009-04-28 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/4/28 pmarin pacog...@gmail.com: Try to make the new dependencies optionals. About the broken non-free apps, is not dwm's problem and one solution can be to use a qemu instance with another WM and connect to the host Xwindows server. That won't be a really good solution, the better

Re: [dwm] dwm's future

2009-04-27 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Thanks for all the valueable input so far in this thread. I think here are the action points: 1) I plan to separate the bar stuff code-wise into two portions -- the tag bar with tags and layout info, and the title/status bar, but things will stay as they are from a user perspective, it's just

Re: [dwm] dwm's future

2009-04-27 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/4/27 Preben Randhol rand...@pvv.org: On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 11:11:03 +0100 Anselm R Garbe garb...@gmail.com wrote: So there are only three ways: - stick with what we got (don't care if some langs look ugly) - use pango and/or cairo or something like that - invest some effort into a new

Re: [dwm] dwm's future

2009-04-26 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, 2009/4/26 Szabolcs Nagy nszabo...@gmail.com: On 4/26/09, Christian Garbs mi...@cgarbs.de wrote: On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 11:06:08PM +0100, Szabolcs Nagy wrote: On 4/25/09, Christian Garbs mi...@cgarbs.de wrote: work, even without pango or cairo.  I have German umlauts as well as

Re: [dwm] dwm's future

2009-04-26 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/4/26 Szabolcs Nagy nszabo...@gmail.com: On 4/25/09, Anselm R Garbe garb...@gmail.com wrote: 1. One idea is getting rid of the dwm bar altogether and to print the dwm state to stdout when it changes, however after thinking carefully about it I conclude that having the bar build

[dwm] dwm's future

2009-04-25 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi there, I discussed several stuff on IRC recently but wanted to share my thoughts here. 1. One idea is getting rid of the dwm bar altogether and to print the dwm state to stdout when it changes, however after thinking carefully about it I conclude that having the bar build-in is definately a

Re: [dwm] dwm's future

2009-04-25 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/4/25 yy yiyu@gmail.com: There is a middle way solution. I just thought about it, and will probably have its drawbacks, but here it goes: keep a bar with only the tags and tile symbol and print the sel client title to stdout. This way you can use an external program (dzen) to render

Re: [dwm] [RFC] dwm-win32

2009-04-21 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi Marc, just digged through my spam filter and spotted that thread here (including your older mail a month ago): 2009/4/20 Marc Andre Tanner m...@brain-dump.org: So a month passed since my last posting and there was absolutely no feedback so I assume the reasons are:  (a) you guys are in

Re: [dwm] Replacing slock screen overlay with screenshot / bitmap

2009-04-18 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/4/18 Jan Blazek appoli...@gmail.com Scytrin dai Kinthra wrote: I use a combination of xss and xkeygrab to lock my screen but allow the UI to update in the background so I can see incoming emails and chats. This is something I always wanted but didn't have enough time/will to dig into

[dwm] dwm-5.5 / dmenu-4.0

2009-04-18 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi there, I'm glad to announce some new releases: http://code.suckless.org/dl/dwm/dwm-5.5.tar.gz http://code.suckless.org/dl/tools/dmenu-4.0.tar.gz The new dwm release contains various bugfixes and code cleanups appeared during the last months and it has also been simplified: - the noborder

Re: [dwm] Raise window when requested?

2009-04-15 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, 2009/4/14 Haomin Wen wen1...@gmail.com: I often write some latex files in vim, and use xdvi to see the result. My screen is small, so I work in monocle layout. The man page of xdvi said that the existing xdvi will raise its window when another xdvi is evoked with -sourceposition option,

Re: [dwm] [dmenu] OPTFLAGS in config.mk + patch

2009-04-09 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, Honestly, I think introducing OPTFLAGS is kind of arbitrary, even if it's done in existing software (well existing software uses autohell quite a lot). In my opinion CFLAGS is the right variable to include compiler flags, and -Ox is one of them. Kind regards, Anselm 2009/4/8 Jan Blazek

Re: [dwm] Push patch

2009-04-01 Thread Anselm R Garbe
http://dwm.suckless.org/patches/push-5.3.c Sorry, the page is not formatted correctly. 2009/4/1 Nikke niklas.ih...@gmail.com: I can't seem to find the download link for the push patch? There is no link at the push patch site, can someone give me a working url please? :) /Nikke

Re: [dwm] Fake key in xterm

2009-03-31 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/3/31 Tinou tinou...@gmail.com: In vim, to jump to a tag (tjump) ctrl-] is used. I'm french and using a french azerty keyboard. On windows or osx, ctrl-] can be acheived by pressing ctrl-$ but not in xorg, since ^$ doesn't seem to exist. ctrl-$ is simpler because to produce a ']' I need

[dwm] GSoC 2009, suckless.org has been rejected

2009-03-19 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi there, I'm sorry to announce that we didn't make it this time. I want to thank all people involved in the preparations for their efforts. Hopefully, I will have a private chat tomorrow with Leslie to hear about the reasons and what we can do better the next time. The GSoC page is moved to

Re: [dwm] autoconf

2009-03-19 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/3/19 bill lam cbill@gmail.com: -             die(dwm-VERSION, © 2006-2009 dwm engineers, see LICENSE for details\n); Not related to autoconfm but I notice the copyright sign is in utf-8. If dwm is compiled in other locale, will it display properly when run on that locale? No, but

Re: [dwm] splash screen

2009-03-17 Thread Anselm R. Garbe
On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 12:05:15AM +0800, bill lam wrote: On Mon, 16 Mar 2009, mi...@milesgroman.com wrote: Can you reply with your rule for gnumeric? I occasionally use gnumeric, though I do not recall a splash, it does tile as expected. static Rule rules[] = { /* class

Re: [dwm] what is mwm hint?

2009-03-16 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/3/16 bill lam cbill@gmail.com: When I try turn on full screen in feh (an image viewer). It said feh WARNING: Window Manager does not support MWM hints. To get a borderless window I have to bypass your wm. What is mwm hint? Is that important? dwm-5.5 Hmm, if so that's a bug,

Re: [dwm] Gaps

2009-03-13 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/3/13 anonymous anonym...@id.ru: Is it possible to add, for example, left side gap? Yes, have a look at tile() and change it in order to use w- instead of 0 as offset. Kind regards, --Anselm

Re: [dwm] Wiki date format

2009-03-13 Thread Anselm R Garbe
I think the whole issue is resolved now, because the news index is using /MM/DD now. Kind regards, Anselm 2009/3/13 Uriel urie...@gmail.com: The '-' is a tr(1) call away, but I don't see the point, and using '/' emphasizes the fs structure and that the urls are 'hackable' (as the latest

Re: [dwm] suckless.org stylesheet glitch

2009-03-13 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/3/13 Uriel urie...@gmail.com: I run http://cat-v.org on xen, and even really long pages like http://ninetimes.cat-v.org take a couple of seconds to load. Something was wrong with suckless.org, sometimes a small page could take ten seconds, it is better now but still on the slow side of

Re: [dwm] suckless.org stylesheet glitch

2009-03-11 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/3/11 pmarin pacog...@gmail.com: Why have you change to werc? The main reason is I'm not very keen on maintaining a web framework and Uriel spend his last year on this and I think his werc is very good. Kind regards, --Anselm

Re: [dwm] suckless.org stylesheet glitch

2009-03-11 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/3/11 twfb twf...@googlemail.com: On 00:59 Wed 11 Mar     , Uriel wrote: Also, www.suckless.org is *SLOW* to the point of being unusable Slight exaggeration perhaps... but it is a little bit slow and was indeed slow even before the switch to werc. Nothing dramatic but noticable slow for

Re: [dwm] wiki location changed

2009-03-10 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/3/9 Uriel urie...@gmail.com: Good work Anselm! And anyone interested in werc, see: http://werc.cat-v.org uriel P.S.: Can you make http://suckless.org work properly and http://www.suckless.org redirect to it? (Or the other way around if you really prefer it that way, although I prefer

Re: [dwm] C unit testing

2009-03-10 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/3/10 Richard Pöttler richard.poett...@gmail.com: I just wanted to ask you guys if you could recommend me a tool to unit test my C code. So far I only found CUnit, Check and CuTest but haven't dug into any of them. Do you have any suggestions? #include assert.h ;) Kind regards, --Anselm

[dwm] GSoC2009

2009-03-10 Thread Anselm R Garbe
For those of you who haven't noticed, we are applying as a mentoring organization during GSoC2009 this year. http://www.suckless.org/GSoC2009 We set up a new mailing list for GSoC specific questions which is world-writable here: g...@suckless.org We do not know yet if we will be accepted.

[dwm] GSoC 2009 mentors please shout

2009-03-06 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi there, please send me a private mail if you'd be willing to mentor a GSoC project this year for suckless.org. We need at least 10 mentors I'd say. Kind regards, --Anselm

Re: [dwm] .xinitrc error?

2009-03-05 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/3/5 Christoph Siegenthaler c...@gmx.ch: I haven't changed my dwm config.h since 4.9 and was using it happily for months. I finally decided to try out 5.4.1 and I'm almost done. The only problem is that I can't get the status bar to display what's piped into dwm. It was working before and

Re: [dwm] This question is probably beneath you all--but I will ask anyway

2009-02-28 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Doesn't Alt+Left mouse button drags for move, and Alt+Right mouse button drags for resize work? I haven't seen any X window which won't resize using this. Kind regards, Anselm 2009/2/28 I. Khider cont...@ikhider.com: Greeting fellow DWM users I noticed with certain applications like Gimp,

Re: [dwm] Google Summer of Code 2009

2009-02-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/2/20 Matthias-Christian Ott o...@mirix.org: this year there will be Google' Summer of Code and Anselm has agreed that the suckless project will pariticipate. Usually it will be announced in the next weeks. Since they require every participating project to provide a website that lists

[dwm] Issues with border

2009-02-19 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, I dislike the recent addition of the 0 border if only 1 tiled client is in the view, reasons: - gained screen real eastate is very minimal - configure events are increased by n at any view() and toggleview(), if n is the number of clients in the view - corner cases for togglefloating() - I

Re: [dwm] [OT] Personal Website and CSS

2009-02-19 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/2/19 Matthias-Christian Ott o...@mirix.org: On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 12:07:16AM +0100, hiro wrote: I think the only way is dropping HTML and CSS altogether and going with something new. I'd be very interested in contributing. I think the replacement should not only focus on presentation

Re: [dwm] [OT] Personal Website and CSS

2009-02-18 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/2/18 Matthias-Christian Ott o...@mirix.org: since several years I have been planed to launch a personal website. I used to do quite aesthetical web design before I have subscribed to minimalism. What annoyed me then and now was CSS and its implementations in modern browsers. When I

Re: [dwm] solaris regression tests

2009-02-14 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, 2009/2/13 Stefan Kuttler dele...@gmx.net: After some digging within Solaris PATH Settings, I managed to compile dwm-5.4.1 without problems: (So did others hopefully, but I want to collect nearly all plattforms) ,echo $PATH

Re: [dwm] Virtual keyboards

2009-02-09 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi Peter, 2009/2/9 Peter Hartlich sg...@hartlich.com: It appears to me that both the onscreen keyboard and the client with the input focus should have a selfg border -- at least that makes most sense in my opinion. But you need to be able to distinguish between dwm's _selected_ (for

Re: [dwm] Virtual keyboards

2009-02-08 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi Peter, 2009/1/31 Peter Hartlich sg...@hartlich.com: I like this patch and will apply it to 5.4 which is going to be released until the weekend. One problem with it is that you don't really know where keyboard input will be going (dwm being focus-follows-mouse by default). I use another

[dwm] dwm-5.4

2009-02-08 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi there, I'm glad to announce the new dwm-5.4 release which can be downloaded from: http://code.suckless.org/dl/dwm/dwm-5.4.tar.gz This release doesn't draw any borders around tiled clients if there is only 1 tiled client in the view. This saves some extra space of screen real estate for the

Re: [dwm] dwm-5.4

2009-02-08 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Ok, I hope that's fixed in 5.4.1. Kind regards, Anselm 2009/2/8 Nibble nibble...@gmail.com: This release doesn't draw any borders around tiled clients if there is only 1 tiled client in the view. This saves some extra space of screen real estate for the application in use -- and provides a

[dwm] dwm-5.4.1

2009-02-08 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi there, a bugfix release: http://code.suckless.org/dl/dwm/dwm-5.4.1.tar.gz Kind regards, --Anselm

Re: [dwm] Virtual keyboards

2009-01-26 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, I like this patch and will apply it to 5.4 which is going to be released until the weekend. I should get broadband today that I'll be back online and can support questions regarding my upcoming st and libtg release. Kind regards, Anselm 2009/1/22 Peter Hartlich sg...@hartlich.com: Hi,

Re: [dwm] Layers

2009-01-26 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/1/22 Matthias-Christian Ott o...@mirix.org: Dwm has by default a floating and a tiled layer that can have a different layout. Tiling or maximisation works fine for most clients (by the way, is there are reason why windows are called clients in dwm jargon?), some dialogs, popups or

Re: [dwm] No Border Behaviour

2009-01-08 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, 2008/12/22 Matthias-Christian Ott o...@mirix.org: Yesterday I updated my dwm tree to tip and noticed that the borders were removed (1376). This applies only to clients in tiled layout, is there a reason why this behaviour is not present in monocle? It is present in monocle as well, if

Re: [dwm] dio-0.1.3

2009-01-05 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2009/1/4 Yoshi Rokuko yoshi.rok...@yokuts.org: On Fri, Jan 02, 2009 at 06:53:10PM +0100, yy wrote: I have been experimenting with user interfaces concepts lately. My first aim was a simple mp3 player. The code has been adapted later to do other tasks, and now it is some sort of generic list

Re: [dwm] [dmenu] help me test possibly faster dmenu_path

2008-12-17 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Neale, 2008/12/17 Neale Pickett ne...@woozle.org: I theorize that find outperforms for/test. Below are two shell scripts: if you run the first one it will let you know the results of two runs. The second one is a modified dmenu_run that uses find. I'd appreciate it if people would run the

Re: [dwm] Border hater, border lover

2008-12-17 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/15 Anselm R Garbe garb...@gmail.com: 2008/12/14 voltaic volt...@gmail.com: It seems this idea was forgotten again, so I thought I would bring it up once more. As DWM 5.4 is being finalized and there is discussion on what to include in future versions, I'd love to see the no-border

Re: [dwm] xsetroot/status scripting using rc shell?

2008-12-16 Thread Anselm R Garbe
'} xsetroot -name (`{echo test test}) Seems the problem has something to do with xsetroot's whitespace handling... Mike On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 3:15 AM, Anselm R Garbe garb...@gmail.com wrote: 2008/12/14 Michael Brown ebeb...@gmail.com: Maybe a silly question, but is any p9p user out there able to set

Re: [dwm] xsetroot/status scripting using rc shell?

2008-12-15 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/14 Michael Brown ebeb...@gmail.com: Maybe a silly question, but is any p9p user out there able to set the statusbar text with xsetroot using rc(1)? Did you check if xsetroot -name foobar works at all? If not something might be wrong with the DISPLAY variable. The following don't

[dwm] 25c3

2008-12-14 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi there, I'll be around from Dec 27 late night to Dec 28 late night at 25c3 in Berlin this year only. Let me know if you are around as well through editing the scklss wiki entry of the 25c3 wiki at: http://events.ccc.de/congress/2008/wiki/Scklss I'd also like to see some guys willing to escape

Re: [dwm] Border hater, border lover

2008-12-14 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/14 voltaic volt...@gmail.com: It seems this idea was forgotten again, so I thought I would bring it up once more. As DWM 5.4 is being finalized and there is discussion on what to include in future versions, I'd love to see the no-border-if-single-window behavior become mainstream.

Re: [dwm] dwm-5.3

2008-12-13 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/13 Frederic Chardon chardon.frede...@gmail.com: 2008/12/13 James Turner ja...@bsdgroup.org: After taking some time and looking at the different signal headers on OpenBSD only #include sys/signal.h is required, no need to #include signal.h which contains additional functions. Same for

Re: [dwm] dwm on tablet pc

2008-12-13 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/12 jo...@freenet.de: Try dwm-gtx. Onscreenkeyboards should work with it. :) Thanks for the hint. I tried your version of dwm, and cellwriter works. What is the essential part for this to work? Getting cw to work is the first step. I also tried the mouse actions for the bar, which

Re: [dwm] dwm-5.4 stdin; cycle tags

2008-12-13 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/13 henry atting nspm...@literaturlatenight.de: - A `make clean install' does install dwm but it cannot read from stdin which prevents me from displaying time and date on the toolbar. config.h:15: warning: 'readin' defined but not used See the README file for an example, the

Re: [dwm] Re: dwm-5.4 stdin; cycle tags

2008-12-13 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/13 henry atting nspm...@literaturlatenight.de: 2008/12/13 henry atting nspm...@literaturlatenight.de: The tagging approach didn't change between 5.2 and 5.4, so I assume it's just a matter of making the 5.2 patch applying to the 5.4 codebase. Mmh, I am not very familiar with

[dwm] plan for dwm

2008-12-12 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, here is the plan: slock-1.1 will be released soon containing Ali's patch with some minor modifications. dwm-5.4 will also be released soon containing the transition patch with the proposed x property based status reporting, and Neale's spawn patch again, and possibly some other minor

Re: [dwm] dwm and dualhead

2008-12-11 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, I tried different multihead approaches in between 4.9 and 5.1 with dwm. I remember the following: - have a dwm environment on each Xinerama screen (like multiple dwm's in classic multihead setups) as suggested by Mate - the problem was, it didn't felt right because it added another

Re: [dwm] dwm and dualhead

2008-12-10 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/10 Johannes Wegener [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi, is there anybody who has experience with dwm and dualhead setups? I tried to use dwm with a xrandr dualhead but it seemed quite useless becouse I could just drag floating windows into the second screen. Xinerama seems no more supported by

Re: [dwm] dwm and dualhead

2008-12-10 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/10 Mate Nagy [EMAIL PROTECTED]: The lesson I learnt from this: I will never buy a laptop with integrated intel graphics again. Which laptop model is to blame? ;) Kind regards, --Anselm

Re: [dwm] xprop patch

2008-12-09 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/9 Benoit T [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Tue, Dec 09, 2008 at 10:41:35AM -0700, Neale Pickett wrote: I very much like this patch. I realized right away that I would never again need to restart dwm when I work on my status script. When it dies, I can just start it up again without restarting

Re: [dwm] xprop patch

2008-12-09 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/9 Neale Pickett [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I very much like this patch. I realized right away that I would never again need to restart dwm when I work on my status script. When it dies, I can just start it up again without restarting DWM. Someone could even have multiple programs running to

Re: [dwm] applyrules()

2008-12-09 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/6 yy [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Great 5.3.1 release! What about this little change in applyrules? @@ -259,7 +259,7 @@ (!r-class || (ch.res_class strstr(ch.res_class, r-class))) (!r-instance || (ch.res_name strstr(ch.res_name, r-instance

Re: [dwm] DWM 5.3.1 and Xinerama

2008-12-07 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/7 Amit Uttamchandani [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Sorry to bother with this question I have been using DWM for a year or so now but never needed to connect my laptop to a projector till today. I realized I had no idea how to do this with DWM. After some research I found that DWM uses

Re: [dwm] dwm-5.3

2008-12-07 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/7 Neale Pickett [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Guillaume Quintin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: But now, when I reinstall dwm-5.2 I get the same problem than in dwm-5.3 and dwm-5.3.1, double-fork, simple-fork and re-double-fork. I don't understand why. This makes me happy, not only because my spawn

Re: [dwm] Using dwm as a nested manager?

2008-12-06 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/6 Jorge Vargas [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi, I have been thinking about this for some time, and I like dwm a lot but I don't like it to manage all my windows, so I was wondering if it's possible to nest it inside another manager and tell it to handle only some windows? Please note I used this

Re: [dwm] patch for colored status text

2008-12-06 Thread Anselm R Garbe
What about adding this patch to the wiki? Kind regards, Anselm 2008/12/4 Jeremy Jay [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Another simple patch for anyone interested. Changes the way colors are defined slighty, allowing you to create more color combinations. Then, to color the status text from stdin you can

Re: [dwm] Re: urgent windows border

2008-12-06 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/4 yy [EMAIL PROTECTED]: 2008/12/4 Anselm R Garbe [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I have mixed feelings about this patch. Does someone has strong arguments that this would be a good idea for upstream dwm? I also have mixed feelings... I wrote it because I didn't see urgent windows when they were

Re: [dwm] dwm-5.3

2008-12-06 Thread Anselm R Garbe
I reverted the old spawn in the 5.3.1 release I'm currently uploading, until this issue gets sorted. But this proofs again never change a running system, especially I believe we experienced exactly the same 4 years ago when we switched back and forth to double-forks and signal handlers. Unix is a

[dwm] dwm-5.3.1

2008-12-06 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, the bugfix release can be found at http://code.suckless.org/dl/dwm/dwm-5.3.1.tar.gz It includes a reverted spawn function. Sorry for any inconvenience. Kind regards, Anselm 2008/12/4 Anselm R Garbe [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi, there was some silence during the last weeks, simply because I

Re: [dwm] Re: urgent windows border

2008-12-06 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/6 yy [EMAIL PROTECTED]: 2008/12/6 yy [EMAIL PROTECTED]: There is little error here. It is not working as expected in 5.3.1. This patch fixes it. Be care if you apply this, I forgot to remove my PREFIX (which is /usr) in config.mk Thanks, applied. I'll wait for other issues first

Re: [dwm] dwm-5.3

2008-12-06 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/6 Jeremy Jay [EMAIL PROTECTED]: This was my hunch too, glad someone got it before me though. This patch fixes the problem with 5.3. Probably the same with the double- fork version too. Glad you investigated further ;) I will test this and wait some days, looks like there will be

Re: [dwm] dwm-5.3

2008-12-05 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/5 Neale Pickett [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Neale Pickett [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Would you mind sharing how you launch dwm? It might also be helpful to share your status script. If you launch your status script like this: status | dwm and status forks, the parent may not be exiting.

Re: [dwm] dwm-5.3

2008-12-05 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/12/5 James Turner [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Great! Thank you for dwm-5.3. I think that it's needed to #include signal.h, infact without it I couldn't compile on NetBSD. #include signal.h is also required on OpenBSD. Oh yes, I missed that. I will re-issue dwm-5.3.1 with this fix tonight. Kind

Re: [dwm] slock dialog behavior

2008-12-04 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Thanks for reporting this, I currently try to reproduce and fix this. Kind regards, Anselm 2008/11/29 list subscriber [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, It seems as though some variation of a previous dialog bug (http://lists.suckless.org/dwm/0711/4361.html) still exists. I was able to reproduce the

Re: [dwm] patch to not reparent children to init

2008-12-04 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Applied in hg tip, thanks Neale! 2008/11/4 Neale Pickett [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Reparenting everything to init with the double-fork is a nightmare on a many-user machine, especially when I'm logged in more than once. pstree becomes useless. This sets up a SIGCHLD handler and only forks once.

Re: [dwm] Re: urgent windows border

2008-12-04 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/11/29 yy [EMAIL PROTECTED]: It had a bug. We don't want to set as urgent the sel client. Sorry for the noise. I have mixed feelings about this patch. Does someone has strong arguments that this would be a good idea for upstream dwm? Kind regards, --Anselm

[dwm] dwm-5.3

2008-12-04 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi, there was some silence during the last weeks, simply because I am/was rather busy but also because I'm working on a secret surprise project (yes it's st related). But I won't tell anything about it yet -- I hope to disclose the details at 25C3 in Berlin in a couple of weeks ;) Anyway, it's

Re: [dwm] make setlayout toggle

2008-11-20 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/11/20 Claudio M. Alessi [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Wed, Nov 05, 2008 at 09:39:58AM +, Anselm R Garbe wrote: Ok, are there any concerns making this upstream again? (Yes I know, we had this already in earlier versions, by that time it was called togglelayout())... There were reasons

Re: [dwm] OT : suckless foreign function interface

2008-11-18 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi Fernan, 2008/11/15 Fernan Bolando [EMAIL PROTECTED]: 1. Generate small C programs and call them via system() inside the scheme interpreter. 2. Add custom code into the scheme interpreter and link in the lib 3. Develop some sort of foreign function interface What about a 9P interface?

Re: [dwm] patch to not reparent children to init

2008-11-06 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Hi Neale, 2008/11/6 Neale Pickett [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Donald Chai [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 9:09 AM, Neale Pickett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Reparenting everything to init with the double-fork is a nightmare on a many-user machine, especially when I'm logged in more than

Re: [dwm] patch to not reparent children to init

2008-11-05 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Well, catching all zombies is a tricky task. AFAIK the SIGCHILD handler on its own is no reliable solution on all systems. There were several iterations regarding spawn() during the time, most of them happened at wmii times and the old double-fork() was the most reliable and simple solution, which

Re: [dwm] make setlayout toggle

2008-11-05 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/11/4 Neale Pickett [EMAIL PROTECTED]: yy [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: After a quick look, I think the last check in the first if should be arg-v != lt[sellt^1] Yes, that's what it should have said. I wonder how it was working for me before, when I sent the code to the list. [cue

Re: [dwm] sswarp page may need an update

2008-11-03 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/11/2 Thayer Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED]: To the powers that be, I just noticed tonight that the swarp page shows some contradictory information. Namely, it lists the bin as sswarp and the package itself as SSWARP, yet the actual files swarp with a single 's'. Fixed. However all web pages

Re: [dwm] Can dwm ignore tray utilities out of the box?

2008-10-25 Thread Anselm R Garbe
You should define some junk tag and tag such clients accordingly in some rule, then you could avoid binding any keybinding to this junk tag that you would never see them, except from clicking the tag. HTH, Anselm 2008/10/25 Thayer Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Alright, so here goes my silly newb

Re: [dwm] Getting a List of Installed Applications in System

2008-10-24 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Mod1-p will show all executables in the path. 2008/10/24 Amit Uttamchandani [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hey guys, I recently introduced my friend to DWM. He was using KDE before that. He was very happy and surprised about the speed of DWM. Now, the question he had was is there some sort of

Re: [dwm] Terminals retain size of stack

2008-10-15 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/10/15 Tinou [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Could this have something to do with gvim not getting proper size at launch ? (wrong number of lines: about 2 or 3 less than expected, until resize) I'm out of guesses on this issue: tried with and without resizehints (made a small function to toggle that

Re: [dwm] Re: Patch: pertag for dwm-5.2

2008-10-15 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/10/15 v4hn [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Ev'ning, On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 05:34:08PM +0200, Fredrik Ternerot wrote: Updated to also support toggle layout per tag. /Fredrik On 9/13/08, Fredrik Ternerot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Updated pertag patch for dwm-5.2. Could someone please

Re: [dwm] Floating children

2008-09-29 Thread Anselm R Garbe
2008/9/28 Carlos Pita [EMAIL PROTECTED]: as I'm no expert I would like to ask you about the possibility of opening clients that are children of a floating one as floating themselves, disregarding the current layout. If these clients set the TRANSIENT_FOR hint to reflect they are relatives to

Re: [dwm] Re: font problem

2008-09-21 Thread Anselm R Garbe
Try using xfontsel to see if there is a problem with the terminus package. Also let us know what your actual LC_* vars look like, e.g. ; env | grep LC Kind regards, Anselm 2008/9/21 Max Fischer [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Sun, Sep 21, 2008 at 02:06:06AM +0200, Marcin Cieslak wrote: Max Fischer

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