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Old 08-20-2011, 02:58 PM
Alexander Wirt
 
Default Bug#638650: ITP: subtle -- grid-based manual tiling window manager

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Alexander Wirt <formorer@debian.org>

Package name : subtle
Version : 0.10.3008-nu
Upstream Author : Christoph Kappel <unexist@dorfelite.net>
URL : http://http://subforge.org/projects/subtle/wiki
License : GPL2
Programming Lang: C, Ruby
Description : grid-based manual tiling window manager

Grid-based manual tiling window manager with a strong focus on easy
but customizable look and feel.
.
In comparison to other tiling window managers,
subtle has no automatic tiling of the screen size in any way.
Instead, windows are arranged according to positions inside
of a grid. These positions are called gravities.



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Old 08-21-2011, 05:56 PM
Thomas Koch
 
Default Bug#638650: ITP: subtle -- grid-based manual tiling window manager

Alexander Wirt:
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> Owner: Alexander Wirt <formorer@debian.org>
>
> Package name : subtle
> Version : 0.10.3008-nu
> Upstream Author : Christoph Kappel <unexist@dorfelite.net>
> URL : http://http://subforge.org/projects/subtle/wiki
> License : GPL2
> Programming Lang: C, Ruby
> Description : grid-based manual tiling window manager
>
> Grid-based manual tiling window manager with a strong focus on easy
> but customizable look and feel.
> .
> In comparison to other tiling window managers,
> subtle has no automatic tiling of the screen size in any way.
> Instead, windows are arranged according to positions inside
> of a grid. These positions are called gravities.

Hard to imagine none of these would be good enough, but if you think so.

axi-cache search (haskell OR tiling OR tiled) AND x11::window-manager
9 results found.
Results 1-9:
100% larswm - Lars Window Manager with tiled windows
93% wmii2 - lightweight tabbed and tiled X11 window manager, version 2
92% wmii - lightweight tabbed and tiled X11 window manager, version 3
90% i3-wm - improved dynamic tiling window manager
76% dwm - dynamic window manager
70% scrotwm - dynamic tiling window manager
57% stumpwm - tiling, keyboard driven Common Lisp window manager
55% awesome - highly configurable, next generation framework window manager
for X
23% xmonad - A lightweight X11 window manager

... 66 packaged tagged x11::window-manager

Beste Gre,

Thomas Koch, http://www.koch.ro


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Old 08-21-2011, 06:05 PM
Alexander Wirt
 
Default Bug#638650: ITP: subtle -- grid-based manual tiling window manager

Thomas Koch schrieb am Sunday, den 21. August 2011:

> Alexander Wirt:
> > Package: wnpp
> > Severity: wishlist
> > Owner: Alexander Wirt <formorer@debian.org>
> >
> > Package name : subtle
> > Version : 0.10.3008-nu
> > Upstream Author : Christoph Kappel <unexist@dorfelite.net>
> > URL : http://http://subforge.org/projects/subtle/wiki
> > License : GPL2
> > Programming Lang: C, Ruby
> > Description : grid-based manual tiling window manager
> >
> > Grid-based manual tiling window manager with a strong focus on easy
> > but customizable look and feel.
> > .
> > In comparison to other tiling window managers,
> > subtle has no automatic tiling of the screen size in any way.
> > Instead, windows are arranged according to positions inside
> > of a grid. These positions are called gravities.
>
> Hard to imagine none of these would be good enough, but if you think so.
>
> axi-cache search (haskell OR tiling OR tiled) AND x11::window-manager
> 9 results found.
> Results 1-9:
> 100% larswm - Lars Window Manager with tiled windows
> 93% wmii2 - lightweight tabbed and tiled X11 window manager, version 2
> 92% wmii - lightweight tabbed and tiled X11 window manager, version 3
> 90% i3-wm - improved dynamic tiling window manager
> 76% dwm - dynamic window manager
> 70% scrotwm - dynamic tiling window manager
> 57% stumpwm - tiling, keyboard driven Common Lisp window manager
> 55% awesome - highly configurable, next generation framework window manager
> for X
> 23% xmonad - A lightweight X11 window manager
I tried all of them. And I am fed up with lua or haskell. And as written in
the description the concept is different to classical tiling.

Alex


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