Jens Staal | 1 Feb 10:44 2011
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Re: Stali

Very cool!

I am looking forward to the progress.

On a related note - if someone knows how to build stuff against
bionic.a, feel free to provide a link with documentation :)
I would like to package various things in AUR against this library to
see what it can do.

2011/1/31 Anselm R Garbe <garbeam <at> gmail.com>:
> On 31 January 2011 19:09, Justin Pogue <pogue.justin <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> I can offer some help as well.  I'm not too well versed in building
>> systems from scratch (reading through LFS right now for the second
>> time trying to understand, haha), but if you need help testing things
>> or compiling things I have a small mountain of mostly unused
>> processing power at my fingertips here waiting for something usefull
>> to do.  :)
>
> Great, welcome, let's see what we can do. I will think about it.
>
> Cheers,
> Anselm
>
>

pancake | 1 Feb 13:26 2011

Re: Stali

On 02/01/11 10:44, Jens Staal wrote:
> Very cool!
>
> I am looking forward to the progress.
>
> On a related note - if someone knows how to build stuff against
> bionic.a, feel free to provide a link with documentation :)
> I would like to package various things in AUR against this library to
> see what it can do.
i plan to do some work on this too. hopefully before the end of this month,
but im handling so many projects in parallel at the time :P

--pancake

Benjamin Cathey | 1 Feb 14:54 2011

tagging rules question

Is it possible to force new windows to open floating and on a specific 
head (in a two head setup)?  I have some windows already open, floating 
however they are always on the first head and in the upper left corner 
(not sure if there is a way to force them to open in center either?)

I assume that wmii is aware of heads as the bar is only on the first head.

Any help with tagging rule syntax would be appreciated.

Thanks

Benjamin

Thomas Dahms | 1 Feb 15:50 2011

Re: tagging rules question

Hi,

> Is it possible to force new windows to open floating and on a specific  
> head (in a two head setup)?  I have some windows already open, floating  
> however they are always on the first head and in the upper left corner  
> (not sure if there is a way to force them to open in center either?)
>
>
>
> I assume that wmii is aware of heads as the bar is only on the first  
> head.
>
> Any help with tagging rule syntax would be appreciated.

As discussed in the other thread, the new rule syntax is not well  
documented and not fully implemented. In particular, there is no rule yet  
to select the screen (head) for a client. See [1].
You will want to wait for Kris to show up on the list if you want details.

[1] http://code.google.com/p/wmii/issues/detail?id=178

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Thomas Dahms

Justin Pogue | 1 Feb 19:24 2011
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Re: Stali

On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 6:26 AM, pancake <pancake <at> youterm.com> wrote:
> On 02/01/11 10:44, Jens Staal wrote:

>> On a related note - if someone knows how to build stuff against
>> bionic.a, feel free to provide a link with documentation :)
>> I would like to package various things in AUR against this library to
>> see what it can do.

This would be cool.

http://www.netmite.com/android/mydroid/1.5/bionic/libc/docs/OVERVIEW.TXT

Quick google search turned that up.  Most of its over my head though,
so you'll have to read through it and see if that's what you're
looking for.

Bjartur Thorlacius | 1 Feb 22:15 2011
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Re: question about surf browser and saving passwords

WTF is an "gmail client"?

On 1/31/11, Jacob Todd <jaketodd422 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Blame android's gmail client.
> On Jan 31, 2011 2:53 PM, <crap <at> wzff.de> wrote:
>> Excerpts from Claudiu Bucur's message of Mon Jan 31 01:24:18 +0100 2011:
>>> this is an intense mailing list...
>>
>> Also a thread-intense one, because some people's (or their MUAs) don't get
>> their In-reply-to and References-headers fixed, screwing up the entire
>> threading. It just happened in this thread, when Jacob Todd apparently
> wanted
>> to reply to the other thread with the same name. Can you please fix this?
> it's
>> annoying.
>> The Message-ID I'm taling about is
>> AANLkTikF2w3yr1MoU_qhqAVRyM3bL_6GFrCZi6m0ayim <at> mail.gmail.com
>>
>

Jacob Todd | 1 Feb 22:24 2011
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Re: question about surf browser and saving passwords

It's definitely not a mail reader. That would be silly.

*facepalm*

On Feb 1, 2011 4:15 PM, "Bjartur Thorlacius" <svartman95 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> WTF is an "gmail client"?
>
> On 1/31/11, Jacob Todd <jaketodd422 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> Blame android's gmail client.
>> On Jan 31, 2011 2:53 PM, <crap <at> wzff.de> wrote:
>>> Excerpts from Claudiu Bucur's message of Mon Jan 31 01:24:18 +0100 2011:
>>>> this is an intense mailing list...
>>>
>>> Also a thread-intense one, because some people's (or their MUAs) don't get
>>> their In-reply-to and References-headers fixed, screwing up the entire
>>> threading. It just happened in this thread, when Jacob Todd apparently
>> wanted
>>> to reply to the other thread with the same name. Can you please fix this?
>> it's
>>> annoying.
>>> The Message-ID I'm taling about is
>>> AANLkTikF2w3yr1MoU_qhqAVRyM3bL_6GFrCZi6m0ayim <at> mail.gmail.com
>>>
>>
>
Bjartur Thorlacius | 1 Feb 22:29 2011
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Re: question about surf browser and saving passwords

Duh, but is it a mail reader that's attached to GMail by a big black
lock? A GMail MTA could use, say, IMAP, POP3 or HTTP+RSS.

And WTH does the mail reader have to do with the MTA?

On 2/1/11, Jacob Todd <jaketodd422 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> It's definitely not a mail reader. That would be silly.
>
> *facepalm*
> On Feb 1, 2011 4:15 PM, "Bjartur Thorlacius" <svartman95 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> WTF is an "gmail client"?
>>
>> On 1/31/11, Jacob Todd <jaketodd422 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Blame android's gmail client.
>>> On Jan 31, 2011 2:53 PM, <crap <at> wzff.de> wrote:
>>>> Excerpts from Claudiu Bucur's message of Mon Jan 31 01:24:18 +0100 2011:
>>>>> this is an intense mailing list...
>>>>
>>>> Also a thread-intense one, because some people's (or their MUAs) don't
> get
>>>> their In-reply-to and References-headers fixed, screwing up the entire
>>>> threading. It just happened in this thread, when Jacob Todd apparently
>>> wanted
>>>> to reply to the other thread with the same name. Can you please fix
> this?
>>> it's
>>>> annoying.
>>>> The Message-ID I'm taling about is
>>>> AANLkTikF2w3yr1MoU_qhqAVRyM3bL_6GFrCZi6m0ayim <at> mail.gmail.com
>>>>
>>>
>>
>

Kurt H Maier | 1 Feb 22:33 2011
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Re: question about surf browser and saving passwords

nobody gives a shit about gentoo idiocy, android idiocy, or whatever
the hell you people are on about with gmail.

if you want to start a thread about gentoo idiocy, they have their own
mailing lists.  same for android and I'm sure you can find a google
group that cares about gmail.

any other questions about using surf and/or basic shell competency?

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Łukasz Pankowski | 2 Feb 00:36 2011
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Re: onscreen keyboards (xvkbd), dwm, and dmenu (part II with a patch to dwm)

Peter John Hartman <peterjohnhartman <at> gmail.com> writes:

>> Another issue is to shrink the client area available to the managed
>> clients so that the keyboard does not cover the clients.

Instead of shrinking the client idea I added a key to my svkbd to switch
between bottom/top placement of svkbd (bottom by default) [patch on
request].

> script that calls xdotools to call either F1, F2, or F3.  Here it is:

Nice to know of xdotools, thanks.  I was thinking of a similar keystroke
based hack but I went on with gestures patch found on dwm wiki. I use
"l"/"r" gestures on a window title for focusing prev/next client and
"dl" for closing the current client [1]. The gestures patch does not
recognize the empty gesture (a click without moving the mouse) --
I should add it on Sunday -- till that time I use "d" instead of "" (a
click) to open/close a topbar menu which does a hack

    killall 9menu || 9menu [...]

I also use click on the status bar to toggle the keyboard, similar hack

    killall svkbd || svkbd

I use monocle,tile,NULL mode order so clicking on mode switches
monocle/tile and tile mode thus it is possible to switch to tile select
a client by pointing and switch back to monocle. Also "d" (or "r")
gesture on a tag button could be used to move client to that tag.

I also think to adapt gestures patch to svkbd so that if svkbd is on
bottom: "u" moves it to the top, "d" slides it off the screen (i.e.,
hide) and "l"/"r" could switch between kbd layouts.

[1] I remember "dl" gesture from maybe 5-10 years ago as closing a tab
in mozilla/galeon or something similar.


Gmane