[xmonad] darcs patch: Run.hs: add an option to runinterms (and 1 more)

Brent Yorgey byorgey at gmail.com
Sat Feb 9 17:53:53 EST 2008

On Thu, Feb 7, 2008 at 4:22 PM, <gwern0 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Mon Feb  4 22:18:24 EST 2008  gwern0 at gmail.com
>  * Run.hs: add an option to runinterms
>  It turns out that for urxvt, and most terminal, apparently, once you give
> a '-e' option, that's it.
>  They will not interpret anything after that as anything but input for
> /bin/sh, so if you wanted to go 'runInTerm "'screen -r session' -title
> IRC"',
>  you were SOL - the -title would not be seen by urxvt. This, needless to
> say, is bad, since then you can't do stuff like set the title which means
>  various hooks and extensions are helpless. This patch adds an extra
> options argument which is inserted *before* the -e. If you want the old
> behaivour,
>  you can just go 'runInTerm "" "executable"', but now if you need to do
> something extra, 'runInTerm "-title mutt" "mutt"' works fine.
>  This patch also updates callers.
> Mon Feb  4 22:21:55 EST 2008  gwern0 at gmail.com
>  * +doc for WindowGo.hs: I've discovered a common usecase for me for
> raiseMaybe

Applied, thanks.
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