Re: [dwm] What functions do I really use?

From: Ross Mohn <>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 09:02:20 -0500

Please, no. Please stop. Please focus efforts towards other projects for
a bit. Here are the things I use/don't use.

titlebars - yes, very important to me in my work!
Viewall/toggleview - yes, use it everyday, many times each day!
toggletag - yes.
Tile vs. Float - yes.
Max - yes.
stdin - yes.
snap - sometimes yes. I like it.
resizemaster - sometimes yes. Good to have.

and, of course, I use togglestackpos from my bstack patch.

Thanks! -Ross

On Wed, 2006-11-22 at 12:31 +0100, Anselm R. Garbe wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'd like to know what functions do you really use in dwm,
> because I feel, there are features I don't use. After
> several months of usage, this might lead to an revision of
> features, which could be externalized into patches instead
> staying upstream in the default distribution.
> Personnaly, I rarely/never use the following features/functions:
> - titlebars of clients (I really can live without them, I never
> look at them), removing titlebars could reduce the source
> about 70 lines, maybe more with some restructurings
> - viewall/toggleview: (I never view more than one tag per time,
> although I use the other way around, tagging some
> clients with more than one tag that they appear when
> viewing different tags) - I haven't implemented a patch, but
> this could make seltag[] obsolet, and at least the functions
> I listed here, approx. yet another 50-70 lines
> -> instead this feature, I would consider holding
> a pertag array for client order instead, to remember the
> per-tag layout correctly, this might add yet another 20-30
> lines
> What do you think (I know your opinions about the client title
> window already, but what do you think about my second point?)
> If you want to check, how it feels without titlebars, you can
> apply my patch for dwm-2.2 (and hg tip):
> (It removes abot 70 LOC and renames drawtitle into drawclient,
> which sould be done anyway).
> Regards,
Received on Wed Nov 22 2006 - 15:02:27 UTC

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