[xmonad] darcs patch: +XMonad.Util.Search: new module (and 1 more)

Brent Yorgey byorgey at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 11:36:42 EST 2007

On Dec 13, 2007 3:58 PM, <gwern0 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Thu Dec 13 15:51:59 EST 2007  gwern0 at gmail.com
>  * +XMonad.Util.Search: new module
>  This module is intended to provide helpful functions for easily running
> web searchs; just hit a bound key, enter your query, and up opens a new
> tab/browser/window with the search results. In theory anyway; the Wikipedia
> and Google ones work fine for me, but the Internet Archive's docs on how to
> do don't necessarily seem to be correct. If you were, like me, previously
> running shell commands to call Surfraw or similar shell scripts to do the
> same thing, you can now scrap them and replace them.
>  There aren't too many search engines defined here; new ones would be
> good, and they're easy to add!
> Thu Dec 13 15:56:54 EST 2007  gwern0 at gmail.com
>  * +cabal support for XMonad.Util.Search

Applied, thanks.  Note that I also pushed a third patch which fixes a couple
problems: there was a warning caused by some name shadowing, and there were
also a few haddock syntax errors.

Anyway, I like it!  Although I wonder whether this should be in
XMonad.Prompt rather than XMonad.Util?

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