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non port: x11-wm/scrotwm/files/spawn_menu_colourfix.patch
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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 2 Nov 2009
[ 10:42 miwi ] Original commit 
1.2 x11-wm/scrotwm/Makefile
1.2 x11-wm/scrotwm/distinfo
1.2 x11-wm/scrotwm/files/clock_format.patch
1.2 x11-wm/scrotwm/files/spawn_menu_atbottom.patch
1.2 x11-wm/scrotwm/files/spawn_menu_colourfix.patch
- Update to 0.9.19

PR:             140127
Submitted by:   Aragon Gouveia <aragon@phat.za.net> (maintainer)
Wed, 1 Jul 2009
[ 19:06 dhn ] Original commit 
1.246 x11-wm/Makefile
1.1 x11-wm/scrotwm/Makefile
1.1 x11-wm/scrotwm/distinfo
1.1 x11-wm/scrotwm/files/clock_format.patch
1.1 x11-wm/scrotwm/files/spawn_menu_atbottom.patch
1.1 x11-wm/scrotwm/files/spawn_menu_colourfix.patch
1.1 x11-wm/scrotwm/pkg-descr
Scrotwm is a small dynamic tiling window manager for X11.  It tries to stay out
of the way so that valuable screen real estate can be used for much more
important stuff.  It has sane defaults and does not require one to learn a
language to do any configuration.  It was written by hackers for hackers and it
strives to be small, compact and fast.

It was largely inspired by xmonad and dwm.  Both are fine products but suffer
from things like: crazy-unportable-language-syndrome, silly defaults,
asymmetrical window layout, "how hard can it be?" and good old NIH.
Nevertheless dwm was a phenomenal resource and many good ideas and code was
borrowed from it.  On the other hand xmonad has great defaults, key bindings
and xinerama support but is crippled by not being written in C.

WWW: http://www.peereboom.us/scrotwm/html/scrotwm.html

PR:             ports/136214
Submitted by:   Aragon Gouveia <aragon@phat.za.net>

Number of commits found: 2

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