Re: FVWM: Icon name is not correctly set on latest FVWM release

2013-07-25 Thread Walter Alejandro Iglesias
On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 11:19:01PM +0200, Walter Alejandro Iglesias wrote:
 On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 09:00:26PM +0100, Thomas Adam wrote:
  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.
  
  
 
  Hi,
  
  See:
  
  Style * IconTitleFormat %i
  
  Thomas
  
 
 Hi Thomas,
 
 I forgot to search for some new config option on the man page
 before asking here.  Thanks.
 
 This corrected the icon name issue.
 
 But utf8Title xterm resource still gives problem; slightly different.  Now,
 when I open the first time the xterm the icon shows the window title and it
 changes to the icon name just after the first cd (change dir command).
 
 With utf8Title set to false works perfectly.  It's probably XTerm fault 
 because
 it doesn't happen with rxvt-unicode.
 
 
   Walter
 
 


Time ago I bothered you with the above.  It wasn't a FVWM issue.
I found the solution; changing this:

PROMPT_COMMAND='echo -ne \033]0;${USER}@${HOSTNAME}:${PWD/$HOME/~}\007;'
PROMPT_COMMAND+='echo -ne \033]1;${PWD/$HOME/~}\007'

for this:
  (here a two instead of the zero)
/
PROMPT_COMMAND='echo -ne \033]2;${USER}@${HOSTNAME}:${PWD/$HOME/~}\007;'
PROMPT_COMMAND+='echo -ne \033]1;${PWD/$HOME/~}\007'


My fault I should documented myself before.


Walter







Re: FVWM: Icon name is not correctly set on latest FVWM release

2013-06-11 Thread Walter Alejandro Iglesias
On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 09:00:26PM +0100, Thomas Adam wrote:
 Hi,
 
 See:
 
 Style * IconTitleFormat %i
 
 Thomas
 

Hi again Thomas,

Just to let you know that today I've discovered that using iso latin encoding
the issue is present too.  It's not an utf-8 issue like I've thought.  Even
using the above style entry, icons and FvwmIconMan show the window title.

In 2.5.30 it doesn't happen.

Besides, if Debian people refrained themselves from upgrading to the latest
version it's because they found issues.  Do you (or some one else here) asked
them about?



FVWM: Icon name is not correctly set on latest FVWM release

2013-06-10 Thread Walter Alejandro Iglesias
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.




Re: FVWM: Icon name is not correctly set on latest FVWM release

2013-06-10 Thread Thomas Adam
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.




Re: FVWM: Icon name is not correctly set on latest FVWM release

2013-06-10 Thread Walter Alejandro Iglesias
On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 09:00:26PM +0100, Thomas Adam wrote:
 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.
 
 

 Hi,
 
 See:
 
 Style * IconTitleFormat %i
 
 Thomas
 

Hi Thomas,

I forgot to search for some new config option on the man page
before asking here.  Thanks.

This corrected the icon name issue.

But utf8Title xterm resource still gives problem; slightly different.  Now,
when I open the first time the xterm the icon shows the window title and it
changes to the icon name just after the first cd (change dir command).

With utf8Title set to false works perfectly.  It's probably XTerm fault because
it doesn't happen with rxvt-unicode.


Walter