New patchset for dwm
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Emiel Kollof 13f47c958e Fix up some keybinds 10 months ago
patch - move stack, plus some missing stuff from systray and wintitleactions 10 months ago
screenshots Add better readme 10 months ago
xsession Add display manager entry 10 months ago
.gitignore Don't commit generated config 10 months ago
LICENSE initial commit 10 months ago
Makefile initial commit 10 months ago
README initial commit 10 months ago
README.md Add better readme 10 months ago
config.def.h Fix up some keybinds 10 months ago
config.mk My custom keybinds 10 months ago
drw.c - Remove forcing greyscale emoji (requires libxft BGRA patch) 10 months ago
drw.h xrdb patch with my own modifications 10 months ago
dwm.1 Autostart 10 months ago
dwm.c Restart code 10 months ago
dwm.png initial commit 10 months ago
movestack.c - move stack, plus some missing stuff from systray and wintitleactions 10 months ago
transient.c initial commit 10 months ago
util.c initial commit 10 months ago
util.h initial commit 10 months ago
vanitygaps.c This file is kinda important 10 months ago

README.md

dwm-ekollof

Screenshot

Note that the above color scheme for dwm and the terminals is generated by pywal, so it's based on the wallpaper. See my dotfiles for more info.

This is my personal fork of the suckless dwm window manager, available at suckless.

It's been patched quite heavily with the following patches:

  • autostart
  • barmodules
  • barmodules-systray
  • barmodules-wintitleactions
  • cyclelayouts
  • dwm-coloremoji
  • fsignal
  • movestack
  • noborder
  • properrestart
  • scratchpads
  • vanigapsplus
  • xrdb

It has the following layouts integrated:

  • monocle
  • spiral
  • dwindle
  • deck
  • bstack
  • bstackhoriz
  • grid
  • nrowgrid
  • horizgrid
  • gaplessgrid
  • centeredmaster
  • centeredfloatingmaster

It's tightly integrated with my dotfiles.

Installation

Clone this repo and build it, or get my package from the Arch AUR (dwm-ekollof-git).

Preferred way is building it yourself, since you can then configure it, but you can also configure a lot through XResources (colors et al).

I assume here that you know how to build programs. Otherwise, why would you be wanting to run dwm?