-- Re: [Xmonad] Changes in the dev branch: xmonad can now be
configured without recompiling the src!
dons at galois.com
Wed Nov 7 18:45:41 EST 2007
> On Wed, Nov 07, 2007 at 03:27:43PM -0800, Don Stewart wrote:
> > mailing_list:
> > > As a reminder, to myself primarily, I think this should be the next
> > > priority before the 0.5 release. At a first sight this seems not very
> > > simple.
> > So the general rule is that your old config file goes into
> > ~/.xmonad/xmoand.hs, you lift the top level bindings into a XConfig
> > structure, and set:
> > main = xmonad myconf
> > where myconf is your XConfig structure.
> The problem comes when, in each module, you have to write
> documentation to help a non haskeller to fill that XConfig
> structure... It seems not so obvious at a first sight.
I think then, hmm, that each extension module (all 72 of them...)
need to have an example of how to insert its behaviour into the
defaultConfig structure. (e.g. with M.union for bindings, and
field setting for hooks).
Does that make sense?
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