[xmonad] darcs patch: Config.hs, Operations.hs: +unfloat,
gwern0 at gmail.com
Sat May 2 23:25:27 EDT 2009
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On Sat, May 2, 2009 at 3:54 PM, Don Stewart wrote:
> They're in the default Config -- i.e. that binding is already in scope.
> So people are intentionally duplicating parts of the default config for
> some reason.
> I think this is quite different to the case where there is a spontaneous
> idiom appearing.
> -- Don
You refer to just the ones duplicating the mod-t binding? I'd say it's
an interesting example of how our keybinding system is suboptimal -
even moderately competent users should not find themselves duplicating
stuff like this.
But anyway, even if you filter out the ones binding to xK_t, there're
still 10 configs using this same function definition.
Is that not enough? Before I invest anymore time in trying to make
configs more concise & usable by factoring out commonalities, I'd
appreciate some hard guidelines on when something is meritorious
enough to be put in core and when it is not.
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