[Xmonad] Question about window ordering
mvanier at cs.caltech.edu
Mon Aug 6 22:32:24 EDT 2007
I agree with everything you say, but I can imagine a time down the road where it might be easier to
allow users to compile xmonad outside of the xmonad source directory. That way, they would just
need a Config.hs file and essentially nothing else (unless they also wanted to create their own
local extensions). This would also make it easier if multiple users were all using the same xmonad
installation. Not that this is in any way a priority.
Donald Bruce Stewart wrote:
>> I would certainly vote for that.
>> BTW I'm getting more and more impressed with xmonad. I think it can become
>> the most hackable window manager ever.
> I agree. I'm amazed at the simple things done to the core, that have
> enabled such an explosion of extensions (the contrib repo is nearly 3x
> the size of the core now!)
> The big win was to stick to full Haskell for configuration and extension
> -- without that, we'd have crippled the project.
> -- Don
More information about the Xmonad