gwern0 | 1 Dec 20:39 2011
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darcs patch: HCAR: update module count, date, versions, maintainer

1 patch for repository community.haskell.org:/srv/code/xmonad:

Thu Dec  1 14:37:03 EST 2011  gwern0@...
  * HCAR: update module count, date, versions, maintainer
Attachment (patch-preview.txt): text/x-darcs-patch, 1999 bytes
1 patch for repository community.haskell.org:/srv/code/xmonad:

Thu Dec  1 14:37:03 EST 2011  gwern0@...
  * HCAR: update module count, date, versions, maintainer
Gwern Branwen | 1 Dec 20:41 2011
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Re: darcs patch: HCAR: update module count, date, versions, maintainer

On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 2:39 PM,  <gwern0 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> hunk ./man/HCAR.tex 4
>  % xmonad-Gx.tex
>  \begin{hcarentry}{xmonad}
>  \label{xmonad}
> - -\report{Gwern Branwen}%05/10
> +\report{Gwern Branwen}%11/11
>  \status{active development}
>  \makeheader
>
> hunk ./man/HCAR.tex 18
>  Xinerama is fully supported, allowing windows to be tiled on several
>  physical screens.
>
> - -Development since the last report has continued apace, with versions
> - -0.8, 0.8.1, 0.9 and 0.9.1 released, with simultaneous releases of the
> - -XMonadContrib library of customizations and extensions, which has now
> - -grown to no less than 205 modules encompassing a dizzying array of features.
> +Development since the last report has continued; XMonad founder Don Stewart
> +has stepped down and Adam Vogt is the new maintainer.
> +After gestating for 2 years, version 0.10 has been released, with simultaneous
> +releases of the XMonadContrib library of customizations (which has now grown to
> +no less than 216 modules encompassing a dizzying array of features) and the
> +xmonad-extras package of extensions,
>
>  Details of changes between releases can be found in the release notes:
>  \begin{compactitem}
> hunk ./man/HCAR.tex 27
> - -\item \url{http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Xmonad/Notable_changes_since_0.7}
>  \item \url{http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Xmonad/Notable_changes_since_0.8}
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gwern0 | 3 Dec 21:30 2011
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darcs patch: Types: add convenience function 'noModMask'

1 patch for repository http://code.haskell.org/X11:

Sat Dec  3 15:29:15 EST 2011  gwern0@...
  * Types: add convenience function 'noModMask'
Attachment (patch-preview.txt): text/x-darcs-patch, 402 bytes
1 patch for repository http://code.haskell.org/X11:

Sat Dec  3 15:29:15 EST 2011  gwern0@...
  * Types: add convenience function 'noModMask'
gwern0 | 3 Dec 21:31 2011
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darcs patch: Paste.hs: rm noModMask, shifted definition to X11 bind...

1 patch for repository gwern@...:/srv/code/XMonadContrib:

Sat Dec  3 15:30:38 EST 2011  gwern0@...
  * Paste.hs: rm noModMask, shifted definition to X11 binding (see previous email)
Attachment (patch-preview.txt): text/x-darcs-patch, 598 bytes
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Sat Dec  3 15:30:38 EST 2011  gwern0@...
  * Paste.hs: rm noModMask, shifted definition to X11 binding (see previous email)
wagnerdm | 3 Dec 23:26 2011

Re: darcs patch: Types: add convenience function 'noModMask'

Hey Gwern --

Do you do github? If so, send me a merge request:
https://github.com/haskell-pkg-janitors/X11/commits/master
If not, I'll happily apply this patch by hand. Looks pretty easy.

I intend to do a release of 1.5.0.1 in the next few days (with updated  
maintainer information, some GHC 7.3 compatibility patches, and the  
patch for big-endian compat), but would happily make it a 1.5.1.0 to  
include this. =)

~d

Gwern Branwen | 4 Dec 02:01 2011
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Re: darcs patch: Types: add convenience function 'noModMask'

On Sat, Dec 3, 2011 at 5:26 PM,  <wagnerdm@...> wrote:
>
> Do you do github? If so, send me a merge request:
> https://github.com/haskell-pkg-janitors/X11/commits/master
> If not, I'll happily apply this patch by hand. Looks pretty easy.
>
> I intend to do a release of 1.5.0.1 in the next few days (with updated
> maintainer information, some GHC 7.3 compatibility patches, and the patch
> for big-endian compat), but would happily make it a 1.5.1.0 to include this.
> =)

Done. Would be nice to have it applied to the official X11 repo though...

--

-- 
gwern
http://www.gwern.net

gwern0 | 4 Dec 04:00 2011
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darcs patch: HCAR: update module count, date, versions, maintainer

1 patch for repository community.haskell.org:/srv/code/xmonad:

Sat Dec  3 21:59:31 EST 2011  gwern0@...
  * HCAR: update module count, date, versions, maintainer
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1 patch for repository community.haskell.org:/srv/code/xmonad:

Sat Dec  3 21:59:31 EST 2011  gwern0@...
  * HCAR: update module count, date, versions, maintainer
Gwern Branwen | 4 Dec 14:21 2011
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Reminder: update your Config Archive!

With 0.10 solidly released, now is an excellent time for all XMonad
users to update the copy of their config on the Haskell wiki:
http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Xmonad/Config_archive

Version numbers need to be bumped, etc.

For those wondering why, I'd point out that the config archive is
downloadable via a script and I and others have used it in the past to
look into what functions to add where and how to deal with changes in
modules; and further, the config archive is a valuable resource for
newbies trying to understand the options on offer and looking to crib
code.

--

-- 
gwern
http://www.gwern.net

Robert Schultz | 4 Dec 16:15 2011

Problem with maximize on a 3 display setup

Hello

I have three displays. A center display at 2560x1440 and a portrait display on each side at 1200x1920

I use xinerama and seperate xorg screen configurations.

Almost everything works great, I can mouse around my displays, move windows between them, size between them.
My xmobar is correctly on the bottom of each one.

However when I maximize a window, xmonad only correctly maximizes on the left and center display.
On the far right display it only maximizes to the first 1423 pixels and leaves the rest below blank.

I can still size a window to the full height, and my xmobar is still on the very bottom and my wallpaper goes the whole way up.
It's just maximized windows when handled by xmonad it doesn't think the monitor is taller.

I asked for help on IRC and someone felt that it probably had something to do with struts not being calculated correctly or something.
That some how maybe my xmonad was using some measurements from the middle monitor for the right monitor.

I was using some older xmonad and xmobar versions, but as of Dec 3rd I updated latest xmonad from darcs (http://code.haskell.org/xmonad) and the latest xmobar from GIT (https://github.com/jaor/xmobar)
Updating to the latest had no effect.

My xmonad.hs file is: http://pastebin.com/JsFY5LXi

.xmobarrc-center: http://pastebin.com/jje5NsiJ
.xmobarrc-right: http://pastebin.com/ay8Ct7AH

My xorg.conf file is: http://pastebin.com/0t7b1JER

Could someone help me out?

I would GREATLY appreciate it :)
<div>Hello<div><br></div>
<div>
<div>I have three displays. A center display at 2560x1440 and a portrait display on each side at 1200x1920</div>

</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>I use xinerama and seperate xorg screen configurations.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Almost everything works great, I can mouse around my displays, move windows between them, size between them.</div>
<div>My xmobar is correctly on the bottom of each one.</div>

<div><br></div>
<div>However when I maximize a window, xmonad only correctly maximizes on the left and center display.</div>

<div>On the far right display it only maximizes to the first 1423 pixels and leaves the rest below blank.</div>
<div><br></div>

<div>I can still size a window to the full height, and my xmobar is still on the very bottom and my wallpaper goes the whole way up.</div>
<div>It's just maximized windows when handled by xmonad it doesn't think the monitor is taller.</div>

<div><br></div>
<div>I asked for help on IRC and someone felt that it probably had something to do with struts not being calculated correctly or something.</div>

<div>That some how maybe my xmonad was using some measurements from the middle monitor for the right monitor.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>I was using some older xmonad and xmobar versions, but as of&nbsp;Dec 3rd I updated latest xmonad from darcs (<a href="http://code.haskell.org/xmonad">http://code.haskell.org/xmonad</a>)<span>&nbsp;and the latest xmobar from GIT&nbsp;</span><span>(</span><a href="https://github.com/jaor/xmobar" target="_blank">https://github.com/jaor/xmobar</a><span>)</span>
</div>

<div>Updating to the latest had no effect.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>My xmonad.hs file is:&nbsp;<a href="http://pastebin.com/JsFY5LXi" target="_blank">http://pastebin.com/JsFY5LXi</a>
</div>

<div><br></div>
<div>
<div>.xmobarrc-left:&nbsp;<a href="http://pastebin.com/d3W8fpqA" target="_blank">http://pastebin.com/d3W8fpqA</a>
</div>

<div>.xmobarrc-center:&nbsp;<a href="http://pastebin.com/jje5NsiJ" target="_blank">http://pastebin.com/jje5NsiJ</a>
</div>
<div>.xmobarrc-right:&nbsp;<a href="http://pastebin.com/ay8Ct7AH" target="_blank">http://pastebin.com/ay8Ct7AH</a>
</div>

</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>My xorg.conf file is:&nbsp;<a href="http://pastebin.com/0t7b1JER" target="_blank">http://pastebin.com/0t7b1JER</a>
</div>
<div><br></div>
<div><div>Could someone help me out?</div></div>
<div><br></div>
<div>I would GREATLY appreciate it :)</div>
</div>
Norbert Zeh | 4 Dec 17:45 2011
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Re: Problem with maximize on a 3 display setup

Robert Schultz [2011.12.04 1015 -0500]:
> Hello
> 
> I have three displays. A center display at 2560x1440 and a portrait display on
> each side at 1200x1920
> 
> I use xinerama and seperate xorg screen configurations.
> 
> Almost everything works great, I can mouse around my displays, move windows
> between them, size between them.
> My xmobar is correctly on the bottom of each one.
> 
> However when I maximize a window, xmonad only correctly maximizes on the left
> and center display.
> On the far right display it only maximizes to the first 1423 pixels and leaves
> the rest below blank.
> 
> I can still size a window to the full height, and my xmobar is still on the
> very bottom and my wallpaper goes the whole way up.
> It's just maximized windows when handled by xmonad it doesn't think the monitor
> is taller.
> 
> I asked for help on IRC and someone felt that it probably had something to do
> with struts not being calculated correctly or something.
> That some how maybe my xmonad was using some measurements from the middle
> monitor for the right monitor.
> 
> I was using some older xmonad and xmobar versions, but as of Dec 3rd I updated
> latest xmonad from darcs (http://code.haskell.org/xmonad) and the latest xmobar
> from GIT (https://github.com/jaor/xmobar)
> Updating to the latest had no effect.
> 
> My xmonad.hs file is: http://pastebin.com/JsFY5LXi
> 
> .xmobarrc-left: http://pastebin.com/d3W8fpqA
> .xmobarrc-center: http://pastebin.com/jje5NsiJ
> .xmobarrc-right: http://pastebin.com/ay8Ct7AH
> 
> My xorg.conf file is: http://pastebin.com/0t7b1JER
> 
> Could someone help me out?
> 
> I would GREATLY appreciate it :)

I can't debug this right now, as I don't have a comparable setup to play with.
However, after several delays, I expect to have a comparable setup to yours
before Christmas: two 1920x1080 monitors on top of each other in the middle and
two 1080x1920 portrait monitors on each side.  So, if this is a bug somewhere in
xmonad or xmobar, I should also run into this issue once my machine is setup
that way.  If you can wait until then, I'd be happy to help you figure out what's
going on.

N.


Gmane