Re: [dev] which wmii flavour?

From: Anselm R Garbe <>
Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2011 17:45:26 +0100

Hi Davide,

On 14 December 2011 17:01, Davide Anchisi <> wrote:
> wmii can come in many "flavours":
>      bash, plan9, python, ruby
> but I have no expertise to compare them.
> When I came to use wmii, some years ago, after a while I chose to use it
> through the plan9 wmiirc, thinking that it was more in the logic of the wmii
> project, and that it let a higher degree of configuration. But I don't know
> if this is true, and the /usr/local/plan9 folder is more then 200 Mb on my
> hard disk.
> Which are the advantages of one flavour over the other? Which are the pros
> and cons? Why and how to chose one over the other?
> Does it make sense to compare them considering usability, flexibility and
> control possibilities, easiness of configuration, architectural elegance and
> logical consistency?
> And of course their needs for resources (e.g, memory usage, hard disk space,
> cpu load).
> Thanks for suggestions and insights,

The only wmii flavour I can recommend is available at the following link:

Best regards,
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