On Fri, Oct 05, 2007 at 23:33:44 CEST, Anselm R. Garbe wrote:
You miss that seltags and Client-tags are both globally defined
in the same context as the tags definition. Afaik you can't
evaluate the sizeof operator and you can't perform a division
operation in a non-functional scope, so I
On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 5:30 PM, Johannes Hofmann
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Huh? That's a config parser in dwm!
Luckily I'd say, since otherwise we'd seem to be stuck hardcoding
values for screen sizes as 24-line functions for each set of geoms.
This config parser isn't really much different from
On Sat, Sep 6, 2008 at 10:35 AM, bill lam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I added that but have no idea where the error log resided.
Nevertheless, I simplified that line to
if(!XGetWMNormalHints(dpy, c-win, size, msize))return;
and the issue is also fxied. My theory is that if XGetWMNormalHints
Is that section copied and pasted from your configuration file? If so,
it's probably the typo where you have 'exex' instead of 'exec' that's
doing it, instead of any real issue with your configuration.
I have changed the following in /etc/slim.conf:
#login_cmd exec /bin/bash -login
On Sat, Dec 6, 2008 at 2:20 PM, Guillaume Quintin
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I just tried the close(0) patch but it does not change anything. And I
found something very weird. I told you that in the previous version of
dwm (5.2) with the .xinitrc containing the while | dwm all worked
fine and I
That's how my version currently works. Unfortunately, mine likely
wouldn't be much good to you because there is a massive amount of
overhead that I added to fine-tune process controls - and I can't
merge into my github repository to demonstrate until the daily
mercurial mirror updates. Of course,
On Sat, Dec 13, 2008 at 2:26 PM, henry atting
Patching works without problems but I get this warnings:
dwm.c:1640: warning: 'viewnext' defined but not used
dwm.c:1657: warning: 'viewprevious' defined but not used
And, what should I say, it
recovery mechanisms. In fact, since dwm doesn't have any
persistent state and consists of a single logical module, Neale's
script _would_ arguably make it crash only software.
* TODO/Bug tracking/Notes: I keep track of my Todo list and other info
with a 1.3KLOC (C++) utility I wrote to handle tagged notes from the
command line. Maybe I'll get around to writing up a readme and
releasing it soon.
* Compilers: GCC/G++/Gambit-C (scheme).
for large databases and without the query DSL) version using sh
and grep. :-)
, but I try to do this in a way which
_improves_ on existing models instead of wasting my time duplicating
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