Rohan Nicholls | 18 Jul 10:49 2005
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[STUMP] alive and kicking?


Hello all,

Is this list and indeed stumpwm still alive?  I have noticed in a post
that even the developer does not use it, so does anyone?

Just thought I would check as there have been no postings to this list
since I signed up over a month ago.

Rohan
Troels Henriksen | 18 Jul 13:54 2005
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[STUMP] I'm alive!

I used to use it (well, a customized version), but a bug that
caused StumpWM to stop grabbing control-keys forced me to go back to
ratpoison. A shame, I really like the idea.
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Troels "Athas" Henriksen
Manuel Giraud | 18 Jul 14:23 2005
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Re: [STUMP] alive and kicking?

Rohan Nicholls <rohan.nicholls <at> pareto.nl> writes:

> Hello all,
>
> Is this list and indeed stumpwm still alive?  I have noticed in a post
> that even the developer does not use it, so does anyone?

I use stumpwm everyday. I've done some hacks on it ... but they've never
been commited to CVS.

In fact, I've a local tla arch of stumpwm here that contains those
improvements : if you want I can provide you a tarball of this
version. (don't know if i have the time to maintain a public shared
repository).

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Manuel Giraud
Kevin Griffin | 18 Jul 14:57 2005

Re: [STUMP] alive and kicking?

Manuel Giraud wrote:
> Rohan Nicholls <rohan.nicholls <at> pareto.nl> writes:
> 
> 
>>Hello all,
>>
>>Is this list and indeed stumpwm still alive?  I have noticed in a post
>>that even the developer does not use it, so does anyone?
> 
> 
> I use stumpwm everyday. I've done some hacks on it ... but they've never
> been commited to CVS.
> 
> In fact, I've a local tla arch of stumpwm here that contains those
> improvements : if you want I can provide you a tarball of this
> version. (don't know if i have the time to maintain a public shared
> repository).
> 
I'd be interested in seeing such a tarball, as well.
Magnus Henoch | 18 Jul 16:09 2005
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Re: [STUMP] alive and kicking?

Rohan Nicholls <rohan.nicholls <at> pareto.nl> writes:

> Is this list and indeed stumpwm still alive?  I have noticed in a post
> that even the developer does not use it, so does anyone?

I currently don't, and haven't for quite some time.  I'd want either
SBCL to run on NetBSD/powerpc (which turned out to be harder than I
thought), or stumpwm to work on clisp (which I haven't tested, and
which would give less type checks).

I have an Arch archive with some hacks.  The URL is
http://www.dtek.chalmers.se/~henoch/archive-2004/ (I have a 2005
archive as well, but there is no stumpwm in it).  The branches are
stumpwm--cvs--0 (I was tracking CVS for a while), stumpwm--hack--0
(minor bug fixes, and lots of type declarations), and
stumpwm--netwm--0 (a superset of the hack branch, trying to get
stumpwm to comply with Freedesktop's window manager specification.  I
got it to display a panel at the bottom of the screen).

Magnus
Manuel Giraud | 19 Jul 08:17 2005
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Re: [STUMP] alive and kicking?

Kevin Griffin <kevin <at> cavewallarts.com> writes:

> I'd be interested in seeing such a tarball, as well.

You'll find it here:
http://www.cetp.ipsl.fr/~giraud/stumpwm.tar.gz

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Manuel Giraud (CNRS/CETP)
Shawn Betts | 27 Jul 21:05 2005
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Re: [STUMP] I'm alive!

Troels Henriksen <athas <at> sigkill.dk> writes:

> I used to use it (well, a customized version), but a bug that
> caused StumpWM to stop grabbing control-keys forced me to go back to
> ratpoison. A shame, I really like the idea.

Can you describe the bug? ppl actually using this thing changes EVERYTHING.

-Shawn
Troels Henriksen | 30 Jul 23:46 2005
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Re: [STUMP] I'm alive!

Shawn Betts <sabetts <at> vcn.bc.ca> writes:

> Can you describe the bug? ppl actually using this thing changes EVERYTHING.

Sorry, I can't reproduce it reliably. Sometimes, windows just stop
grabbing C-t. That is all there is to it.

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Troels "Athas" Henriksen

Gmane