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This page is for keeping a record of significant changes in darcs <tt>xmonad</tt> and <tt>xmonad-contrib</tt> since the 0.11 releases (Jan 1, 2013). See <tt>darcs changes</tt> in the source repositories for the patches and more details covering documentation and bug fixes not noted here.
 
This page is for keeping a record of significant changes in darcs <tt>xmonad</tt> and <tt>xmonad-contrib</tt> since the 0.11 releases (Jan 1, 2013). See <tt>darcs changes</tt> in the source repositories for the patches and more details covering documentation and bug fixes not noted here.
   
xmonad-contrib 0.11.1 was a release to address a build falure with X11-1.6.1. 0.11.2 addresses a security where window titles sent on to XMonad.Hooks.DynamicLog could contain <action="command"></action> tags, which potentially are executed by xmobar or dzen.
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xmonad-contrib 0.11.1 was a release to address a build falure with X11-1.6.1. 0.11.2 addresses a security where window titles sent on to XMonad.Hooks.DynamicLog could contain <action="command"></action> tags, which potentially are executed by xmobar or dzen. 0.11.3 addresses a build failure with ghc-7.8.2
   
 
= non-breaking changes =
 
= non-breaking changes =

Revision as of 04:27, 2 May 2014

This page is for keeping a record of significant changes in darcs xmonad and xmonad-contrib since the 0.11 releases (Jan 1, 2013). See darcs changes in the source repositories for the patches and more details covering documentation and bug fixes not noted here.

xmonad-contrib 0.11.1 was a release to address a build falure with X11-1.6.1. 0.11.2 addresses a security where window titles sent on to XMonad.Hooks.DynamicLog could contain <action="command"></action> tags, which potentially are executed by xmobar or dzen. 0.11.3 addresses a build failure with ghc-7.8.2

1 non-breaking changes

1.1 data-default

Use of data-default allows using def where previously you had to write defaultConfig, defaultXPConfig default...


2 breaking changes

XMonad.Actions.UpdatePointer.updatePointer arguments changed. This allows having elements of the TowardsCentre and Relative methods going on at the same time.