wmutils

X windows manipulation utilities
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Author: dead cat <dcat@users.noreply.github.com>
Date:   Fri Nov 28 22:47:30 2014

Merge pull request #1 from kori/patch-1

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -3,36 +3,36 @@ wmutils' core ============= wmutils' core is a set of tools for X windows manipulation. Each tool only has -a single purpose, in order to one thing and do it well. +one purpose. We follow the UNIX philosophy: Do one thing and do it well. why? ---- -There are many window managers out there, each of them having their strengh and -weakness. Instead of writing another WM that would suit our exact needs, we -decided to follow the Unix philosophy, and provide tools that everyone could use -to match their exact needs about window management. +There are many window managers out there, each of them having their own strengths and +weaknesses. Instead of writing another WM that would suit our exact needs, we +decided to provide tools that everyone could use to match their exact needs in regards +to window management. how? ---- -wmutils are written using the XCB library. Each source file provide a tool which +wmutils are written using the XCB library. Each source file provides a tool which is part of the core. You can then use these tools either from the command line, or wrap them in scripts and use keybind programs (like skhxd(1) or xbindkeys(1)) -to spawn those script. Possibilities are endless. +to spawn those scripts. Possibilities are endless. what? ----- -Here is the list of tools. This project being quite young, new tools can arrive +Here are the tools. This project is quite young, new tools can arrive without being added to this list, so take it with a grain of salt. * chwso - change window stack order * killw - kill windows * lsw - list windows * mapw - map/unmap windows -* pfw - print focues window -* wattr - get window's attributes +* pfw - print focused window +* wattr - get a window's attributes * wmv - move windows * wrs - resize windows * wtf - focus windows @@ -60,12 +60,12 @@ examples # put current window in the top-left corner wtp 0 0 $(wattr wh `pfw`) $(pfw) -Just let imagination flow through you... +Just let your imagination flow through you... build & install --------------- -You will need the xcb library to build these tools. Check you distribution +You will need the xcb library to build these tools. Check your distribution's packages to find how to install it. # build a single tool