[Xmonad] Fwd: Constrained resize for floated windows

Spencer Janssen sjanssen at cse.unl.edu
Mon Oct 22 17:58:35 EDT 2007

On Sunday 21 October 2007 09:08:08 Dougal Stanton wrote:
> I made a tiny patch for the main Xmonad code, to allow constrained
> resizing of windows. Hold down mod-SHIFT-button3 instead of just
> mod-button3, and the window will resize with width=height. I find this
> useful for resizing analogue xclock without getting an out-of-shape
> clock face.
> If it's not deemed useful for mainline I've packaged it as a
> contribution as well.
> constrainResize.mainline.diff
>  - touches Config.hs and Operations.hs
> or
> constrainResize.contrib.diff
>  - adds XMonadContrib/ConstrainedResize.hs
>  - touches MetaModule.hs
> Cheers,
> Dougal.
> PS. This is my second attempt at submitting a patch here. Is there
> nowhere one can submit a patch without first signing up? The ease of
> 'darcs send' is more than counteracted by the annoyance of creating an
> account... /grumble grumble

I've applied the contrib patch.  As others have mentioned, we try to keep the
core of xmonad very minimal.

I spoke to Don about the email issues.  The list receives about 5 spams per
day, which means we're stuck with subscribers-only.

Spencer Janssen

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