Re: [dev] JWM on website

From: patrick295767 patrick295767 <patrick295767_AT_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2016 23:05:22 +0200

I believe than an alternative to dwm might be good. dwm is fine, but
an alternative could be useful.

Concerning the source, I knows those addtional libs... well, several
drawbacks to be solved.

jwm needs to be simplified and optimized first. Giving a new birth name ??WM...




2016-08-02 22:47 GMT+02:00 Martin K├╝hne <mysatyre_AT_gmail.com>:
> JWM is hosted on github already and that is definitely where it
> belongs. From there:
>
> To build JWM you will need a C compiler (gcc works), X11, and the
> "development headers" for X11 and Xlib. If available and not disabled
> at compile time, JWM will also use the following libraries:
>
> cairo and librsvg2 for SVG icons and backgrounds.
> fribidi for bi-directional text support.
> libjpeg for JPEG icons and backgrounds.
> libpng for PNG icons and backgrounds.
> libXext for the shape extension.
> libXrender for the render extension.
> libXmu for rounded corners.
> libXft for anti-aliased and true type fonts.
> libXinerama for multiple head support.
> libXpm for XPM icons and backgrounds.
>
> Also, from the file list it appears it uses autotools.
> You're both a troll and new here and neither a contributor to, nor
> even roughly familiar with the project you're pointing at.
>
> cheers!
> mar77i
>
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