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== ''NOTE: This is an ancient deprecated xmonad-0.6 file'' ==
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Use the new versioned templates from the [[Xmonad/Config_archive]]
   
Use the new versioned templates from the [[Xmonad/Config_archive]] You don't ''need'' to use this config file to replicate the default config. This is here to serve as an example. A minimal config that uses the default configuration is:
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Versions here always seemed to be deprecated.
<haskell>
 
import XMonad
 
 
main = xmonad defaultConfig
 
</haskell>
 
 
This duplicates all of defaultConfig into your config file:
 
 
<haskell>
 
--
 
-- xmonad example config file.
 
--
 
-- A template showing all available configuration hooks,
 
-- and how to override the defaults in your own xmonad.hs conf file.
 
--
 
-- Normally, you'd only override those defaults you care about.
 
--
 
 
import XMonad
 
import System.Exit
 
 
import qualified XMonad.StackSet as W
 
import qualified Data.Map as M
 
 
-- The preferred terminal program, which is used in a binding below and by
 
-- certain contrib modules.
 
--
 
myTerminal = "xterm"
 
 
-- Width of the window border in pixels.
 
--
 
myBorderWidth = 1
 
 
-- modMask lets you specify which modkey you want to use. The default
 
-- is mod1Mask ("left alt"). You may also consider using mod3Mask
 
-- ("right alt"), which does not conflict with emacs keybindings. The
 
-- "windows key" is usually mod4Mask.
 
--
 
myModMask = mod1Mask
 
 
-- The mask for the numlock key. Numlock status is "masked" from the
 
-- current modifier status, so the keybindings will work with numlock on or
 
-- off. You may need to change this on some systems.
 
--
 
-- You can find the numlock modifier by running "xmodmap" and looking for a
 
-- modifier with Num_Lock bound to it:
 
--
 
-- > $ xmodmap | grep Num
 
-- > mod2 Num_Lock (0x4d)
 
--
 
-- Set numlockMask = 0 if you don't have a numlock key, or want to treat
 
-- numlock status separately.
 
--
 
myNumlockMask = mod2Mask
 
 
-- The default number of workspaces (virtual screens) and their names.
 
-- By default we use numeric strings, but any string may be used as a
 
-- workspace name. The number of workspaces is determined by the length
 
-- of this list.
 
--
 
-- A tagging example:
 
--
 
-- > workspaces = ["web", "irc", "code" ] ++ map show [4..9]
 
--
 
myWorkspaces = ["1","2","3","4","5","6","7","8","9"]
 
 
-- Border colors for unfocused and focused windows, respectively.
 
--
 
myNormalBorderColor = "#dddddd"
 
myFocusedBorderColor = "#ff0000"
 
 
-- Default offset of drawable screen boundaries from each physical
 
-- screen. Anything non-zero here will leave a gap of that many pixels
 
-- on the given edge, on the that screen. A useful gap at top of screen
 
-- for a menu bar (e.g. 15)
 
--
 
-- An example, to set a top gap on monitor 1, and a gap on the bottom of
 
-- monitor 2, you'd use a list of geometries like so:
 
--
 
-- > defaultGaps = [(18,0,0,0),(0,18,0,0)] -- 2 gaps on 2 monitors
 
--
 
-- Fields are: top, bottom, left, right.
 
--
 
myDefaultGaps = [(0,0,0,0)]
 
 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-- Key bindings. Add, modify or remove key bindings here.
 
--
 
myKeys conf@(XConfig {XMonad.modMask = modMask}) = M.fromList $
 
 
-- launch a terminal
 
[ ((modMask .|. shiftMask, xK_Return), spawn $ XMonad.terminal conf)
 
 
-- launch dmenu
 
, ((modMask, xK_p ), spawn "exe=`dmenu_path | dmenu` && eval \"exec $exe\"")
 
 
-- launch gmrun
 
, ((modMask .|. shiftMask, xK_p ), spawn "gmrun")
 
 
-- close focused window
 
, ((modMask .|. shiftMask, xK_c ), kill)
 
 
-- Rotate through the available layout algorithms
 
, ((modMask, xK_space ), sendMessage NextLayout)
 
 
-- Reset the layouts on the current workspace to default
 
, ((modMask .|. shiftMask, xK_space ), setLayout $ XMonad.layoutHook conf)
 
 
-- Resize viewed windows to the correct size
 
, ((modMask, xK_n ), refresh)
 
 
-- Move focus to the next window
 
, ((modMask, xK_Tab ), windows W.focusDown)
 
 
-- Move focus to the next window
 
, ((modMask, xK_j ), windows W.focusDown)
 
 
-- Move focus to the previous window
 
, ((modMask, xK_k ), windows W.focusUp )
 
 
-- Move focus to the master window
 
, ((modMask, xK_m ), windows W.focusMaster )
 
 
-- Swap the focused window and the master window
 
, ((modMask, xK_Return), windows W.swapMaster)
 
 
-- Swap the focused window with the next window
 
, ((modMask .|. shiftMask, xK_j ), windows W.swapDown )
 
 
-- Swap the focused window with the previous window
 
, ((modMask .|. shiftMask, xK_k ), windows W.swapUp )
 
 
-- Shrink the master area
 
, ((modMask, xK_h ), sendMessage Shrink)
 
 
-- Expand the master area
 
, ((modMask, xK_l ), sendMessage Expand)
 
 
-- Push window back into tiling
 
, ((modMask, xK_t ), withFocused $ windows . W.sink)
 
 
-- Increment the number of windows in the master area
 
, ((modMask , xK_comma ), sendMessage (IncMasterN 1))
 
 
-- Deincrement the number of windows in the master area
 
, ((modMask , xK_period), sendMessage (IncMasterN (-1)))
 
 
-- toggle the status bar gap
 
, ((modMask , xK_b ),
 
modifyGap (\i n -> let x = (XMonad.defaultGaps conf ++ repeat (0,0,0,0)) !! i
 
in if n == x then (0,0,0,0) else x))
 
 
-- Quit xmonad
 
, ((modMask .|. shiftMask, xK_q ), io (exitWith ExitSuccess))
 
 
-- Restart xmonad
 
, ((modMask , xK_q ),
 
broadcastMessage ReleaseResources >> restart "xmonad" True)
 
]
 
++
 
 
--
 
-- mod-[1..9], Switch to workspace N
 
-- mod-shift-[1..9], Move client to workspace N
 
--
 
[((m .|. modMask, k), windows $ f i)
 
| (i, k) <- zip (XMonad.workspaces conf) [xK_1 .. xK_9]
 
, (f, m) <- [(W.greedyView, 0), (W.shift, shiftMask)]]
 
++
 
 
--
 
-- mod-{w,e,r}, Switch to physical/Xinerama screens 1, 2, or 3
 
-- mod-shift-{w,e,r}, Move client to screen 1, 2, or 3
 
--
 
[((m .|. modMask, key), screenWorkspace sc >>= flip whenJust (windows . f))
 
| (key, sc) <- zip [xK_w, xK_e, xK_r] [0..]
 
, (f, m) <- [(W.view, 0), (W.shift, shiftMask)]]
 
 
 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-- Mouse bindings: default actions bound to mouse events
 
--
 
myMouseBindings (XConfig {XMonad.modMask = modMask}) = M.fromList $
 
 
-- mod-button1, Set the window to floating mode and move by dragging
 
[ ((modMask, button1), (\w -> focus w >> mouseMoveWindow w))
 
 
-- mod-button2, Raise the window to the top of the stack
 
, ((modMask, button2), (\w -> focus w >> windows W.swapMaster))
 
 
-- mod-button3, Set the window to floating mode and resize by dragging
 
, ((modMask, button3), (\w -> focus w >> mouseResizeWindow w))
 
 
-- you may also bind events to the mouse scroll wheel (button4 and button5)
 
]
 
 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-- Layouts:
 
 
-- You can specify and transform your layouts by modifying these values.
 
-- If you change layout bindings be sure to use 'mod-shift-space' after
 
-- restarting (with 'mod-q') to reset your layout state to the new
 
-- defaults, as xmonad preserves your old layout settings by default.
 
--
 
-- The available layouts. Note that each layout is separated by |||,
 
-- which denotes layout choice.
 
--
 
myLayout = tiled ||| Mirror tiled ||| Full
 
where
 
-- default tiling algorithm partitions the screen into two panes
 
tiled = Tall nmaster delta ratio
 
 
-- The default number of windows in the master pane
 
nmaster = 1
 
 
-- Default proportion of screen occupied by master pane
 
ratio = 1/2
 
 
-- Percent of screen to increment by when resizing panes
 
delta = 3/100
 
 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-- Window rules:
 
 
-- Execute arbitrary actions and WindowSet manipulations when managing
 
-- a new window. You can use this to, for example, always float a
 
-- particular program, or have a client always appear on a particular
 
-- workspace.
 
--
 
-- To find the property name associated with a program, use
 
-- > xprop | grep WM_CLASS
 
-- and click on the client you're interested in.
 
--
 
-- To match on the WM_NAME, you can use 'title' in the same way that
 
-- 'className' and 'resource' are used below.
 
--
 
myManageHook = composeAll
 
[ className =? "MPlayer" --> doFloat
 
, className =? "Gimp" --> doFloat
 
, resource =? "desktop_window" --> doIgnore
 
, resource =? "kdesktop" --> doIgnore ]
 
 
-- Whether focus follows the mouse pointer.
 
myFocusFollowsMouse :: Bool
 
myFocusFollowsMouse = True
 
 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-- Status bars and logging
 
 
-- Perform an arbitrary action on each internal state change or X event.
 
-- See the 'DynamicLog' extension for examples.
 
--
 
-- To emulate dwm's status bar
 
--
 
-- > logHook = dynamicLogDzen
 
--
 
myLogHook = return ()
 
 
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-- Now run xmonad with all the defaults we set up.
 
 
-- Run xmonad with the settings you specify. No need to modify this.
 
--
 
main = xmonad defaults
 
 
-- A structure containing your configuration settings, overriding
 
-- fields in the default config. Any you don't override, will
 
-- use the defaults defined in xmonad/XMonad/Config.hs
 
--
 
-- No need to modify this.
 
--
 
defaults = defaultConfig {
 
-- simple stuff
 
terminal = myTerminal,
 
focusFollowsMouse = myFocusFollowsMouse,
 
borderWidth = myBorderWidth,
 
modMask = myModMask,
 
numlockMask = myNumlockMask,
 
workspaces = myWorkspaces,
 
normalBorderColor = myNormalBorderColor,
 
focusedBorderColor = myFocusedBorderColor,
 
defaultGaps = myDefaultGaps,
 
 
-- key bindings
 
keys = myKeys,
 
mouseBindings = myMouseBindings,
 
 
-- hooks, layouts
 
layoutHook = myLayout,
 
manageHook = myManageHook,
 
logHook = myLogHook
 
}
 
</haskell>
 

Revision as of 19:52, 8 October 2009

Use the new versioned templates from the Xmonad/Config_archive

Versions here always seemed to be deprecated.