[Xmonad] Re: darcs patch: add LayoutChoice module.
droundy at darcs.net
Thu Sep 6 14:10:51 EDT 2007
On Thu, Sep 06, 2007 at 07:51:43PM +0200, Tassilo Horn wrote:
> David Roundy <droundy at darcs.net> writes:
> >> That's a functionality I missed since I switched to xmonad, so thanks
> >> a lot. But I cannot apply the patch. Darcs tells me:
> > I presume the jumping straight to full-screen is what you've missed?
> Yes, and since I use 5 layouts which are all usefull in some scenarios
> it's not always possible to guess in what layout I am. Tiled, mirror
> tiled, full and two-pane look similar for one window, and tiled and
> two-pane look similar for two windows. So you have to learn the
> sequence of layouts in defaultLayouts and count from the first
> distinguishable layout when switching.
Yeah, it's been a bit of a challenge for me with a similar number of
Just out of curiosity, have you tried a simple combo/tabbed layout for your
two-pane? I find it much easier, as you can see what other windows are
, simpleStacking $
combo (twoPane 0.03 0.5) [(full,1),(tabbed shrinkText defaultTConf,1)]
> >> ,----
> >> | root at baldur /u/p/d/d/x/XMonadContrib# darcs apply /home/heimdall/add-layout…
> >> | …choice-module_.dpatch
> >> | darcs failed: Patch bundle failed hash!
> >> | This probably means that the patch has been corrupted by a mailer.
> >> | The most likely culprit is CRLF newlines.
> >> `----
> >> But my emacs says the file has unix-eols. What's the culprit?
> > How did you save the patch from your email?
> `o' (`gnus-mime-save-part') on the attachment.
Hmmm. That sounds reasonable.
> > Most likely that's when it got corrupted.
> Hm, that's the normal way I do it. I tested it with another patch and
> it worked.
All I can think is that maybe for some reason gnus corrupts patches only
occasionally (e.g. I've run into scenarios in the past where mailers
corrupted patches containing a "From" at the beginning of a line). But
I've very little idea what could be the problem. Maybe you could send the
file you saved to me as an attachment? (Or put it up to be downloaded?)
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Oregon State University
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