Nils Anspach | 1 Nov 16:12 2010

[STUMP] [PATCH] Right-justification of mode line elements

Hello list,

attached is a patch which allows for text elements of the mode line
(and those of the message window, if that is required) to be
right-justified.

For this to work you have to put a '^>' into the respective format
command, for instance:

(setf *screen-mode-line-format* 
	(list "[%n:%h] %v^>"
	      '(:eval (run-shell-command "echo -n `date +'%a %e-%b %R'`"
	      t))))

It also works in case of multiple lines of text. Everything after '^>' 
up to the end of the respective line is right-justified. The next line
then starts left-justified again.

Nils

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diff --git a/color.lisp b/color.lisp
index 5885861..425feb7 100644
--- a/color.lisp
+++ b/color.lisp
 <at>  <at>  -193,13 +193,15  <at>  <at>  then call (update-color-map).")
     (loop for s in strings
           ;; We need this so we can track the row for each element
           for i from 0 to (length strings)
-          do (let ((x 0) (off 0))
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Bronsa | 1 Nov 17:36 2010
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Re: [STUMP] [PATCH] Right-justification of mode line elements

Man, i think i love you

2010/11/1, Nils Anspach <idnkmn <at> googlemail.com>:
> Hello list,
>
> attached is a patch which allows for text elements of the mode line
> (and those of the message window, if that is required) to be
> right-justified.
>
> For this to work you have to put a '^>' into the respective format
> command, for instance:
>
> (setf *screen-mode-line-format*
> 	(list "[%n:%h] %v^>"
> 	      '(:eval (run-shell-command "echo -n `date +'%a %e-%b %R'`"
> 	      t))))
>
> It also works in case of multiple lines of text. Everything after '^>'
> up to the end of the respective line is right-justified. The next line
> then starts left-justified again.
>
> Nils
>
> ---
> diff --git a/color.lisp b/color.lisp
> index 5885861..425feb7 100644
> --- a/color.lisp
> +++ b/color.lisp
>  <at>  <at>  -193,13 +193,15  <at>  <at>  then call (update-color-map).")
>      (loop for s in strings
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Paulo J. Matos | 3 Nov 10:23 2010
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[STUMP] todo list?

Hi guys,

I started recently to use stumpwm and as it happens I have been doing
Lisp for a while (actually recently has been more of Scheme), anyway, I
wonder if there is any todo list somewhere so that I can try to get some
patches in an get to know stumpwm code.

I looked on the webpage and found nothing so I assume there isn't. Maybe
we could get a wiki up?

Cheers,
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Antonis Antoniadis | 3 Nov 11:17 2010
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Re: [STUMP] todo list?

Hello PMatos,

There already is a wiki. You can find a suggested improvements and a
bugs section there.

http://stumpwm.antidesktop.net/wiki

Cheers,
Antonis

2010/11/3 Paulo J. Matos <pocmatos <at> gmail.com>:
> Hi guys,
>
> I started recently to use stumpwm and as it happens I have been doing
> Lisp for a while (actually recently has been more of Scheme), anyway, I
> wonder if there is any todo list somewhere so that I can try to get some
> patches in an get to know stumpwm code.
>
> I looked on the webpage and found nothing so I assume there isn't. Maybe
> we could get a wiki up?
>
> Cheers,
> --
> PMatos
>
>
> _______________________________________________
> Stumpwm-devel mailing list
> Stumpwm-devel <at> nongnu.org
> http://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/stumpwm-devel
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Paulo J. Matos | 3 Nov 12:25 2010
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Re: [STUMP] todo list?

Antonis Antoniadis <antoniosantoniadis <at> gmail.com> writes:

> http://stumpwm.antidesktop.net/wiki

Great, thanks for the reference! :)

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PMatos
Paulo J. Matos | 6 Nov 16:45 2010
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[STUMP] Graphical File Manager

Hi guys,

I have been using `nautilus --no-desktop` as a graphical file manager. I
wonder what others have been using. Any alternatives to this?

Cheers,
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Joseph Iacobucci | 6 Nov 18:19 2010
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Re: [STUMP] Graphical File Manager


I use thunar when I feel the need for a gui file manager.

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Joseph Iacobucci
Email: gtg312i <at> mail.gatech.edu
Mirko Nemec | 6 Nov 19:36 2010
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Re: [STUMP] Graphical File Manager


https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Common_Applications#File_Managers

Maybe this helps...

pocmatos <at> gmail.com (Paulo J. Matos) writes:

> Hi guys,
>
> I have been using `nautilus --no-desktop` as a graphical file manager. I
> wonder what others have been using. Any alternatives to this?
>
> Cheers,
Josip Gracin | 9 Nov 22:24 2010
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[STUMP] Problem with pgadmin3 temporarily blocking stumpwm

Hello!

When I start pgadmin3, stumpwm gets disabled.  All keyboard events
seem to end up in pgadmin3, there is no way to reach stumpwm.  After
pgadmin3 exits, stumpwm continues to function normally.    I've tried
with stumpwm version 0.9.6 and with the latest from git (commit
aad7fd8).

Any ideas?  What could pgadmin3 be doing to cause this?

Thanks!
Paulo J. Matos | 12 Nov 13:27 2010
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[STUMP] Email info

Hi guys,

I read my email using Gnus and it would be awesome if stumpwm could
provide some information on new mail upon arrival. Now that I am
thinking about it, it doesn't even need to be connected to
Gnus. Something that simply checks the server would be enough. Are there
any scripts like this around? Otherwise I will just go ahead and try to
hack one.

Cheers,

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PMatos

Gmane