[xmonad] darcs patch: Additional messages for SplitGrid layout (and 3 more)
vogt.adam at gmail.com
Fri Nov 18 20:10:07 CET 2011
I've applied the three patches leaving the Navigation2D out. Thanks!
* On Saturday, November 12 2011, Norbert Zeh wrote:
>Norbert Zeh [2011.11.10 1225 -0400]:
>> 4 patches for repository http://code.haskell.org/XMonadContrib:
>> Tue Dec 15 15:21:42 AST 2009 Norbert Zeh <nzeh at cs.dal.ca>
>> * Additional messages for SplitGrid layout
>> This patch introduces two new message SetMasterRows and SetMasterCols for the
>> X.GridVariants.SplitGrid layout, which set the number of rows/columns in the
>> master grid to the given value. This is useful when setting the number of rows
>> and/or columns non-incrementally using an interface such as GridSelect.
>> Wed Apr 6 11:02:13 ADT 2011 Norbert Zeh <nzeh at cs.dal.ca>
>> * Support for scratchpad applications with multiple windows
>> I recently found that I use xpad to add sticky notes to my desktop. I wanted
>> to be able to show/hide these in the same fashion as regular scratchpads. This
>> patch adds a function that allows to do this while reusing most of the existing
>> NamedScratchpad code.
>> Wed Sep 7 10:33:04 ADT 2011 nzeh at cs.dal.ca
>> * Better control over GridVariants geometry
>> Added new messages the layout understands to allow changing the grid aspect
>> ratio and setting the fraction of the master to a given value rather than
>> changing it relative to the current value.
>> Thu Nov 10 12:17:01 AST 2011 Norbert Zeh <nzeh at cs.dal.ca>
>> * X.A.Navigation2D
>> This is a new module to support directional navigation across multiple screens.
>> As such it is related to X.A.WindowNavigation and X.L.WindowNavigation, but it
>> is more general. For a detailed discussion of the differences, see
>In response to this, Wirt Wolff and I started talking about possible
>improvements to Navigation2D, as it seems a bit complex right now. So, whoever
>looks at this patch pack, please do not apply the X.A.Navigation2D patch. The
>other three patches should be fine, as they are minor enhancements of modules
>that are already in the repo. I hope it is possible to selectively apply a
>subset of the patches I sent. If not, let me know and I'll resend only the ones
>that can be applied right now.
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