[dev] Re: hotkey (1) - a suckless global keybinder

From: Calvin Morrison <mutantturkey_AT_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 8 Feb 2014 19:04:50 -0500

and I forgot the link... which is located here.


On 8 February 2014 18:37, Calvin Morrison <mutantturkey_AT_gmail.com> wrote:
> Comrades -
> I have had a love affair with dwm's config.h. Unfortunately I also
> love i3, and also deal with a plethora of other desktops on my day to
> day work. so I created hotkey (1).
> Why wasn't there a simple way to have hotkeys, dealt with properly, in
> a suckless manner? I don't want inane bindings for every WM, I don't
> even want my wm controlling my hotkeys! So I wrote it.
> Define your hotkeys in keys.h, run make, then launch hotkey. It in
> turn listens to your keyboard and launches whatever request you make
> when you request it.
> Right now I am using it for my volume keys to control alsa, launch
> xterm, and launch my mail program.
> Maybe you will all find it useful, since I found the code from dwm very useful,
> Calvin Morrison
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