.xmonad/ cleanup (was Re: [xmonad] xmonad user survey!)

gwern0 at gmail.com gwern0 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 24 14:45:42 EST 2007

On 2007.12.24 08:28:05 -1000, lithis <xmonad at s001.hethrael.com> scribbled 0.8K characters:
> On Mon, 2007/12/24 01:20:26 -0500, gwern0 at gmail.com wrote:
> > One thing I'd like improved is tab-completion. As it is,
> > to edit my ~/.xmonad/xmonad.hs is currently a bit of a
> > pain.
> That has bothered me, too.
> I see you have moved xmonad.hs to config.hs. I think that is
> a good change, as it is a more descriptive name for the
> file. xmonad.hs doesn’t mean anything.
> This was discussed on the list early last month (see issue
> 85 and Devin Mullins’s “xmonad.hs” to “config.hs” patch).
> Some mention of possible conflict with Config.hs on
> case-insensitive filesystems (HFS) came up. Also, people
> have been modifying Config.hs despite it no longer being the
> config file. I propose renaming Config.hs to
> DefaultConfig.hs, which is more descriptive and would solve
> both problems above.

I don't think that's too good. Doesn't XMonad/Config.hs already export a 'defaultConfig'? And I haven't heard of anyone editing it since the capitalized warning was added to the header.

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