[xmonad] Testing XMonad configurations

ancechu at gmail.com ancechu at gmail.com
Sun Sep 4 19:46:38 CEST 2011

Ohh I didn't know this combination I was always doing mod+shift+q

Thanks a lot.

El , wagnerdm at seas.upenn.edu escribió:
> Can't you just hit mod+q, or whatever key you've got bound to restart  
> xmonad? You definitely should not need to stop your entire session.  
> xmonad can restart itself, preserving all its state, faster than you can  
> blink (...plus the time it takes to recompile xmonad.hs, of course).

> ~d

> Quoting Toni Cebrián ancechu at gmail.com>:

> Hi,

> I'm playing with different configurations and Layouts in xmonad but it is

> very slow to close session in order to see how changes look like. Is there

> any way to test xmonad configuration more straightforwardly? Perhaps using

> xvnc and exporting xmonad's DISPLAY to it?

> How do you do it when developing?

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