codesite | 7 Apr 19:39 2014
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Issue 565 in xmonad: xmonad-contrib--0.11.2 does not compile on GHC 7.8 rc2

Status: New
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New issue 565 by StevensE...@...: xmonad-contrib--0.11.2
does not  
compile on GHC 7.8 rc2
http://code.google.com/p/xmonad/issues/detail?id=565

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Install GHC 7.8-rc2
2. cabal install --with-compiler=ghc-7.8.0.20140228 xmonad-contrib

What is the expected output? What do you see instead?

I expect to see a successful compile. Instead I see:

Downloading xmonad-contrib-0.11.2...
Configuring xmonad-contrib-0.11.2...
Building xmonad-contrib-0.11.2...
Preprocessing library xmonad-contrib-0.11.2...
[  1 of 226] Compiling XMonad.Util.StringProp ( XMonad/Util/StringProp.hs,  
dist/build/XMonad/Util/StringProp.o )
[  2 of 226] Compiling XMonad.Util.Replace ( XMonad/Util/Replace.hs,  
dist/build/XMonad/Util/Replace.o )
[  3 of 226] Compiling XMonad.Util.CustomKeys ( XMonad/Util/CustomKeys.hs,  
dist/build/XMonad/Util/CustomKeys.o )
[  4 of 226] Compiling XMonad.Layout.ThreeColumns (  
XMonad/Layout/ThreeColumns.hs, dist/build/XMonad/Layout/ThreeColumns.o )
[  5 of 226] Compiling XMonad.Layout.StackTile (  
XMonad/Layout/StackTile.hs, dist/build/XMonad/Layout/StackTile.o )
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codesite | 1 Apr 04:56 2014
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Re: Issue 97 in xmonad: xmonad stops responding to keyboard input after running xscreensaver


Comment #40 on issue 97 by beyer...@...: xmonad stops
responding to  
keyboard input after running xscreensaver
http://code.google.com/p/xmonad/issues/detail?id=97

I strongly suspect that the issue is related to keyboard focus, based on  
this log from my xsession:

xscreensaver: 19:20:55: couldn't grab keyboard!  (AlreadyGrabbed)
xscreensaver: 19:20:59: couldn't grab pointer!  (AlreadyGrabbed)

I know of a few workarounds, although the latter is somewhat tedious:

1) If you are using TwoPane, simply focus the other window with the mouse,  
and then it should regain keyboard focus.

2) Otherwise, go into a TTY console (eg. Ctrl+Alt+F1..F[N-1]), set your  
DISPLAY environment variable to your regular display, and then execute an  
arbitrary GUI application (I use xterm).  This should allow you to regain  
keyboard focus.  Once you have keyboard focus again, clean up by logging  
off on the console, and by closing the redundant application.

I wouldn't say that it's a bug in xscreensaver per-se, or at least, it is  
relatively easy for me to regain keyboard focus in wmii (as a point of  
comparison).  I don't think that the issue affects non-tiling window  
managers at all.

I'm currently working on software with timed locking (like an enhanced  
version of xidle) for my screen locking software, metalock.  (I would  
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codesite | 1 Apr 04:40 2014
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Re: Issue 97 in xmonad: xmonad stops responding to keyboard input after running xscreensaver


Comment #39 on issue 97 by beyer...@...: xmonad stops
responding to  
keyboard input after running xscreensaver
http://code.google.com/p/xmonad/issues/detail?id=97

I strongly suspect that the issue is related to keyboard focus, based on  
this log from my xsession:

xscreensaver: 19:20:55: couldn't grab keyboard!  (AlreadyGrabbed)
xscreensaver: 19:20:59: couldn't grab pointer!  (AlreadyGrabbed)

I know of a few workarounds, although the latter is somewhat tedious.

1) If you are using TwoPane, simply focus the other window with the mouse  
and it should regain keyboard focus.

2) If that doesn't work, go into a console (ex. Ctrl+Alt+F1..F[N]), set  
your DISPLAY environment variable to your regular display and execute an  
arbitrary GUI application  (I use xterm), and then you should regain  
keyboard focus.  Once you're done with that, log off on the console, and  
close the redundant application.

I wouldn't say that it's a bug in xscreensaver per-se, or at least, it is  
relatively easy for me to regain keyboard focus in wmii (as a point of  
comparison).  I don't think that the issue affects non-tiling window  
managers at all.

I'm working on software with timed locking (like xidle) for my screen  
locker, metalock.  (I would suspect that the main reason why xscreensaver  
(Continue reading)

codesite | 1 Apr 04:37 2014
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Re: Issue 97 in xmonad: xmonad stops responding to keyboard input after running xscreensaver


Comment #38 on issue 97 by beyer...@...: xmonad stops
responding to  
keyboard input after running xscreensaver
http://code.google.com/p/xmonad/issues/detail?id=97

I strongly suspect that the issue is related to keyboard focus, based on  
this log from my xsession:

xscreensaver: 19:20:55: couldn't grab keyboard!  (AlreadyGrabbed)
xscreensaver: 19:20:59: couldn't grab pointer!  (AlreadyGrabbed)

I know of a few workarounds, although the latter is somewhat tedious.

1) If you are using TwoPane, simply focus the other window with the mouse  
and it should regain keyboard focus.

2) If that doesn't work, go into a console (ex. Ctrl+Alt+F1..F[N]), set  
your DISPLAY environment variable to your regular display and execute an  
arbitrary GUI application  (I use xterm), and then you should regain  
keyboard focus.  Once you're done with that, log off on the console, and  
close the redundant application.

I wouldn't say it's a bug with xscreensaver per-se, or at least, it was  
easier in wmii to regain keyboard focus.  I don't think it affects  
non-tiling window managers at all.

I'm working on software with timed locking like xidle for my screen locker,  
metaidle.  (I would suspect that the main reason why xscreensaver is  
preferred over other tools is due to the daemon's ability to accept pings  
(Continue reading)

codesite | 31 Mar 07:17 2014
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Re: Issue 97 in xmonad: xmonad stops responding to keyboard input after running xscreensaver


Comment #37 on issue 97 by BabyG...@...: xmonad stops
responding to  
keyboard input after running xscreensaver
http://code.google.com/p/xmonad/issues/detail?id=97

Just hit this problem. First time user and fresh (2day old) install of  
ubuntu saucy. Happened on password screen, no way to input password.

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Alexis de BRUYN | 29 Mar 14:36 2014
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DynamicWorkspaceGroups persistent after reboot?

Hi Everybody,

Is there a way make the WSGroup persistent after reboot with
XMonad.Actions.DynamicWorkspaceGroups?

Can we define statically the WSGroup? With addWSGroup?

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Jonas Brunsgaard | 24 Mar 01:50 2014
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HiDPI, xmonad and PyCharm

Does any of you have a solution for using PyCharm/IntelliJ or other JetBrians programs with xmonad and HiDPI displays.

I have a resolution of 2880x1800 and text and icons are totally unreadable. In Gnome 3.1x it is better and I am not sure why.

I have tried to start java with java options having  -Dis.hidpi=true, but with no success :/

Does anybody here have experience with such a setup or an idea how to approach the problem?

Any ideas are welcome, even the long shots :)

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<div>Does any of you have a solution for using PyCharm/IntelliJ or other JetBrians programs with xmonad and HiDPI displays.<br><br>
</div>I have a resolution of 2880x1800 and text and icons are totally unreadable. In Gnome 3.1x it is better and I am not sure why.<br><br>
</div>
<div>I have tried to start java with java options having&nbsp; -Dis.hidpi=true, but with no success :/<br>
</div>
<div><br></div>Does anybody here have experience with such a setup or an idea how to approach the problem?<br><br>
</div>Any ideas are welcome, even the long shots :)<br><br>--<br>
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Imam Toufique | 22 Mar 05:32 2014
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Eyal Erez | 19 Mar 23:29 2014
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insertPosition and floating windows

Hi,

I would like to have new windows leave the current window in place.  I can achieve this with:

manageHook = insertPosition Below Newer <+> composeAll myManageHook

However, this causes some floating windows (e.g. vlc open file dialog) to flicker like crazy.  I found the following post which claims this is an issue with composeAll, but I am a Haskell newb and don't know enough to figure out what this means. 


Could someone please help me figure this out?

Thank you,

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There are 10 types of people, those who know binary and those who don't.

<div><div dir="ltr">Hi,<div><br></div>
<div>I would like to have new windows leave the current window in place. &nbsp;I can achieve this with:</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>manageHook = insertPosition Below Newer &lt;+&gt; composeAll myManageHook<br clear="all"><div><br></div>
<div>However, this causes some floating windows (e.g. vlc open file dialog) to flicker like crazy. &nbsp;I found the following post which claims this is an issue with composeAll, but I am a Haskell newb and don't know enough to figure out what this means.&nbsp;</div>

<div><br></div>
<div>
<a href="https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=94060">https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=94060</a><br>
</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Could someone please help me figure this out?</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Thank you,</div>
<div><br></div>-- <br><div dir="ltr">Eyal Erez &lt;<a href="mailto:oneself@..." target="_blank">oneself@...</a>&gt;<br><br><div><div>There are 10 types of people, those who know binary and those who don't.</div></div>
<div><br></div>

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codesite | 10 Mar 11:13 2014
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Issue 564 in xmonad: Some HW rendered windows will have residues when switching workspace

Status: New
Owner: ----

New issue 564 by christer...@...: Some HW rendered windows will
have  
residues when switching workspace
http://code.google.com/p/xmonad/issues/detail?id=564

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Run urxvt on workspace 1
2. Run minecraft on workspace 2
3. Switch back to workspace 1, and the minecraft image is painted inside
    the urxvt window.

What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
URxvt should render cleanly, not showing residues from the buffer rendered  
by minecraft

What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
XMonad 0.11, Debian GNU/Linux unstable, nvidia 331.49

Are you using an xmonad.hs?  Please attach it and the output of "xmonad
--recompile".

Please provide any additional information below.

xmonad.hs is a simplistic example I used to exclude any misconfigurations.  
XTerm does not show these artifacts.

Attachments:
	xmonad.hs  339 bytes

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Dmitry Bogatov | 8 Mar 13:45 2014
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Patch proposal: Save arbitary data per-window

Hello! Thanks for beautiful piece of free software.

I want to propose module, allowing saving data in per-window way.
I wrote it because I wanted have per-window keyboard layout state,
but module is very generic.

I did not introduced any new dependencies, but what is policy about
dependencies?

PS. Please, respond in any way, since I have doubts that this email will
arive.

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Hello! Thanks for beautiful piece of free software.

I want to propose module, allowing saving data in per-window way.
I wrote it because I wanted have per-window keyboard layout state,
but module is very generic.

I did not introduced any new dependencies, but what is policy about
dependencies?

PS. Please, respond in any way, since I have doubts that this email will
arive.

--
Best regards, Dmitry Bogatov <KAction@...>,
Free Software supporter, esperantisto and netiquette guardian.
	git://kaction.name/rc-files.git
	GPG: 54B7F00D

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