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authorDerek Stevens <nilix@nilfm.cc>2022-03-01 12:22:14 -0700
committerDerek Stevens <nilix@nilfm.cc>2022-03-01 12:22:14 -0700
commit2e003caebde4ddca0f99e953860cab7ff7275a1c (patch)
tree959247d8f92ecc70862c87ebb3b7d9838b0fb562
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v1.3.0 ready for release; fix for wrangle and zoom keybinds, update docs and config.def.hv1.3.0
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-rw-r--r--key.c34
-rw-r--r--manage.c3
-rw-r--r--ryudo.113
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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
index d8321ee..234770c 100755
--- a/README.md
+++ b/README.md
@@ -2,22 +2,24 @@
## the minimalist floatiling window manager that flows
-- Derek Stevens <nilix@nilfm.cc> 2019 --
-![micro centered](./screenshots/micro_centered.png)
-![floating porn](./screenshots/floating.png)
-![firefox maximized](./screenshots/firefox_maximized.png)
-![pseudotiling](./screenshots/pseudotiling.png)
+[![micro centered](./screenshots/micro_centered.png.thumb.png)](./screenshots/micro_centered.png)
+[![floating porn](./screenshots/floating.png.thumb.png)](./screenshots/floating.png)
+[![firefox maximized](./screenshots/firefox_maximized.png.thumb.png)](./screenshots/firefox_maximized.png)
+[![pseudotiling](./screenshots/pseudotiling.png.thumb.png)](./screenshots/pseudotiling.png)
### About
`ryudo` is a fork of Russ Cox's `rio`, itself a fork of David Hogan's `9wm`.
The primary additions I've made are:
-- `urxvt`, `konsole`, and `Alacritty` are detected as proper terminal programs for sweeping out new windows
+- Explicit list of eligible terminal programs in `config.h`
- `urxvt` is the default terminal emulator (still tries `9term` and then `xterm` if no dice)
- Window spawning behavior has been made more natural -- windows shouldn't spawn partially offscreen like with `rio`
- Customizable colors, borders, fonts, gaps, and keybinds in `config.h`
- Multimonitor support via `Xrandr`
- Default keybindings:
+ New Terminal: Super+Slash
+ + Switch Windows: Alt-Tab
+ + Switch to Window on the next monitor: Alt-Shift-Tab
+ Destroy: Super+D
+ Iconify: Super+I
+ Uniconify: Super+U
@@ -45,6 +47,7 @@ The primary additions I've made are:
+ Optionally notify with `notify-send` which desktop is switched to (I use it with `dunst`)
+ Gaps for pseudo-tiling
+ Option to swap the keyboard shortcuts between "Snap Big Center" and "Snap Floating Center" (and the preferred behavior for terminals launched by keyboard)
+ + Focus model for new windows in multimonitor setup (follow mouse or follow active window)
The name "Ryudo" is a nod to "Rio" and a Japanese word for "flow."
Using `ryudo` should feel very natural -- you can do things with keyboard or
@@ -80,204 +83,3 @@ Of the bugs and caveats not already mentioned in `rio`'s README:
### Legacy
The original README from `rio`, (which contains the original README from 9wm) is in this repository. See [README.rio](./readme.rio)
-This is David Hogan's 9wm updated to behave more like
-Plan 9's rio. Since I cannot get approval for the changes
-and I'd prefer not to resort to patches, I have renamed it "rio".
-
-Current incompatibilities that would be nice to fix:
-
-- The command-line options should be made more like Plan 9.
-
-- Should work out a protocol between 9term and rio so that:
- * 9term can tell rio to blue its border during hold mode
-
-- Should change window focus on b2/b3 clicks and then
- pass along the click event to the now-focused window.
-
-- Should change 9term to redirect b3 clicks to rio so that rio
- can put up the usual b3 menu.
-
-Axel Belinfante contributed the code to handle border grabbing
-for resize and various other improvements.
-
-The original README is below.
-
-- russ cox
-rsc@swtch.com
-30 march 2004
-
-
- 9wm Version 1.2
- Copyright 1994-1996 David Hogan.
-
-What is 9wm?
-============
-
-9wm is an X window manager which attempts to emulate the Plan 9 window
-manager 8-1/2 as far as possible within the constraints imposed by X.
-It provides a simple yet comfortable user interface, without garish
-decorations or title-bars. Or icons. And it's click-to-type. This
-will not appeal to everybody, but if you're not put off yet then read
-on. (And don't knock it until you've tried it.)
-
-One major difference between 9wm and 8-1/2 is that the latter provides
-windows of text with a typescript interface, and doesn't need to run a
-separate program to emulate a terminal. 9wm, as an X window manager,
-does require a separate program. For better 8-1/2 emulation, you should
-obtain Matthew Farrow's "9term" program (ftp://ftp.cs.su.oz.au/matty/unicode),
-version 1.6 or later (earlier versions don't cooperate with 9wm in
-implementing "hold mode"). Of course, you can run xterm under 9wm as well.
-
-What is 9wm not?
-================
-
-9wm is not a virtual window manager. It is not customisable to any
-great extent. It is not large and unwieldy, and doesn't use the X
-toolkit. Requests to make it any of these things will be silently
-ignored (or flamed if I have had a bad day :-) If you want tvtwm
-or mwm, you know where to get them...
-
-Where do I get it?
-==================
-
-The latest version of 9wm is held at ftp://ftp.cs.su.oz.au/dhog/9wm
-
-Author
-======
-
-9wm was written by David Hogan (dhog@cs.su.oz.au), a postgraduate
-student at the Basser Department of Computer Science, University
-of Sydney (http://www.cs.su.oz.au/~dhog/).
-
-Licence
-=======
-
- 9wm is free software, and is Copyright (c) 1994-1996 by David Hogan.
- Permission is granted to all sentient beings to use this software,
- to make copies of it, and to distribute those copies, provided
- that:
-
- (1) the copyright and licence notices are left intact
- (2) the recipients are aware that it is free software
- (3) any unapproved changes in functionality are either
- (i) only distributed as patches
- or (ii) distributed as a new program which is not called 9wm
- and whose documentation gives credit where it is due
- (4) the author is not held responsible for any defects
- or shortcomings in the software, or damages caused by it.
-
- There is no warranty for this software. Have a nice day.
-
-How do I compile/install it?
-============================
-
-Assuming your system is correctly configured, you should only need to
-run xmkmf to generate the Makefile, and then run make or make install.
-make install.man should copy the manpage (9wm.man) to the appropriate
-directory.
-
-If the make fails, complaining that the function _XShapeQueryExtension
-does not exist, try removing the "-DSHAPE" from the Imakefile, and
-run xmkmf and make again.
-
-If you don't have imake, or it is misconfigured, or you would prefer
-not to use it, try copying the file "Makefile.no-imake" to "Makefile",
-then edit the definitions in this Makefile to suit your system. This
-may require defining suitable compilation flags for your system
-(normally imake does this for you). For instance, on AIX you must
-include "-DBSD_INCLUDES" in CFLAGS.
-
-How do I use it?
-================
-
-See the manual page for details. You should probably read the
-man page for 9term as well.
-
-What if I find a bug?
-=====================
-
-Please mail all bug reports to 9wm-bugs@plan9.cs.su.oz.au, so
-that I can incorporate fixes into the next release. If you can
-tell me how to fix it, all the better.
-
-Known Problems/Bugs
-===================
-
-9wm tries hard to emulate 8-1/2, but isn't 100% compatible. If
-you are an experienced 8-1/2 user, please be patient with it.
-
-One intentional difference between 9wm and 8-1/2 is in the behaviour
-of the menu when the last hidden item is unhidden. Under 8-1/2, when
-the menu is next used, it pops up with "New" selected. Under 9wm,
-the (new) last menu item will be selected. This is a feature. It
-may be confusing if you frequently switch between 9wm and 8-1/2.
-If you don't like this feature, email me for the one line fix.
-
-There have been some problems encountered when resizing 9term on
-some platforms. This turns out to be a problem in 9term (actually
-in libXg, to be precise). Newer versions of 9term should be
-immune to this, see matty@cs.su.oz.au if your 9term needs fixing.
-
-Some client programs do weird things. One of these is Frame Maker.
-It appears that if it has a modal dialog on the screen, then if any
-of its windows are current, all keypresses are redirected to the
-modal dialog. This is not 9wm's fault -- Frame Maker is doing this.
-
-Programs like Netscape Navigator like to put riddiculously long
-icon name properties on their windows, of the form "Netscape: blah blah".
-There is no way that I know of to stop netscape from doing this. For this
-reason, 9wm truncates labels at the first colon it finds. This keeps the
-button 3 menu from becoming excessively wide. Note that with same
-applications, you can use an iconName resource to set the label; this
-works well for "xman", whose default icon name of "Manual Browser"
-is a tad too long.
-
-See Also
-========
-
-http://www.cs.su.oz.au/~dhog/
- The 9wm Home Page
-
-ftp://ftp.cs.su.oz.au/matty/unicode/
- for source to 9term (get README first)
-
-ftp://plan9.att.com/plan9/unixsrc/sam/
- for source && info on Rob Pike's editor "sam"
-
-ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/unix-faq/shell/rc
- for information on a publically available implementation
- of the Plan 9 shell "rc" for unix (or look in comp.unix.shell).
-
-ftp://viz.tamu.edu/pub/rc
- for source to the abovementioned implementation of rc.
-
-http://plan9.att.com/plan9/
-http://plan9.att.com/magic/man2html/1/8%c2%bd
- for information on Plan 9 (including the 8-1/2 manual entry)
-
-Acknowledgements
-================
-
-Thanks to Rob Pike for writing the original 8-1/2 program (and
-before that, mux) which inspired the writing of 9wm.
-
-Thanks to John Mackin, whose gwm "wool code" for emulating mux
-was also an inspiration: I used it (and hacked it) until I got
-too frustrated with gwm's large memory requirements and lack of
-speed (sorry Colas!), and decided to write a dedicated program.
-
-Thanks to Matthew Farrow for writing 9term.
-
-A big thanks to Dave Edmondson for adding support for
-multi-screen displays.
-
-The following people helped beta test 9wm:
-
- John Mackin
- Noel Hunt
- Fred Curtis
- James Matthew Farrow
- Danny Yee
- Arnold Robbins
- Byron Rakitzis
- micro@cooper.edu
diff --git a/config.def.h b/config.def.h
index e57efa9..4f81899 100644
--- a/config.def.h
+++ b/config.def.h
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@
#define MBORDERCOL 0x000000
/* Normal menu colors */
-#define MENUFGCOL 0x797979
+#define MENUFGCOL 0xC9C9C9
#define MENUBGCOL 0x000000
/* Selected menu colors */
@@ -127,6 +127,13 @@
#define VIRTHEADER "virtual"
#define VIRTMSG "[%s]"
+/* If enabled, having the mouse cursor in a monitor will cause
+ * new windows to spawn in that monitor; otherwise, they will spawn
+ * in the same monitor as the active window and can be moved afterward
+ */
+
+#define MONITORFOLLOWSMOUSE
+
// clang-format off
/* List of window classes to spawn as sticky;
@@ -195,6 +202,7 @@
#define RESIZE_KEY XK_r
#define DESTROY_KEY XK_d
#define STICK_KEY XK_s
+#define WRANGLE_KEY XK_a
#define SNAPLEFT_KEY XK_h
#define SNAPRIGHT_KEY XK_l
diff --git a/key.c b/key.c
index 72163b4..c74cfd9 100644
--- a/key.c
+++ b/key.c
@@ -261,24 +261,6 @@ void keysetup(void) {
GrabModeSync,
GrabModeAsync);
#endif
-#ifdef WRANGLE_KEY
- XGrabKey(
- dpy,
- wcode,
- SHORTCUTMOD,
- screens[i].root,
- 0,
- GrabModeSync,
- GrabModeAsync);
- XGrabKey(
- dpy,
- wcode,
- SHORTCUTMOD | Mod2Mask,
- screens[i].root,
- 0,
- GrabModeSync,
- GrabModeAsync);
-#endif
#ifdef SNAPLEFT_KEY
XGrabKey(
dpy,
@@ -680,7 +662,7 @@ void keypress(XKeyEvent* e) {
scode = XKeysymToKeycode(dpy, STICK_KEY);
#endif
#ifdef WRANGLE_KEY
- wcode = XKeysymToKeycode(dpy, WRANGLE_KEY);
+ acode = XKeysymToKeycode(dpy, WRANGLE_KEY);
#endif
#ifdef RESIZE_KEY
rcode = XKeysymToKeycode(dpy, RESIZE_KEY);
@@ -729,11 +711,7 @@ void keypress(XKeyEvent* e) {
int bcode = XKeysymToKeycode(dpy, STICKYTOBACK_KEY);
#endif
-#ifdef MONITORFOLLOWSMOUSE
m = current ? getmonitorbyclient(current) : getmonitorbymouse();
-#else
- m = getmonitorbyclient(current);
-#endif
monitor = monitorinfo[m];
@@ -774,16 +752,16 @@ void keypress(XKeyEvent* e) {
else if (e->keycode == scode && (e->state & SHORTCUTMOD) == (MODBITS))
stick(current);
#endif
+
+ /* move to another monitor */
+
#ifdef WRANGLE_KEY
else if (e->keycode == acode && (e->state & SHORTCUTMOD) == (MODBITS)) {
- wrangle(current, m < nmonitors - 1 ? monitorinfo[m++] : monitorinfo[0]);
+ wrangle(current, m < nmonitors - 1 ? monitorinfo[++m] : monitorinfo[0]);
}
#endif
-#ifdef ZOOM_KEY
- else if (e->keycode == zcode && (e->state & SHORTCUTMOD) == (MODBITS))
- zoom = !zoom;
-#endif
+/* toggle zoom mode */
#ifdef ZOOM_KEY
else if (e->keycode == zcode && (e->state & SHORTCUTMOD) == (MODBITS)) {
zoom = !zoom;
diff --git a/manage.c b/manage.c
index e1f81e3..34cf0c9 100644
--- a/manage.c
+++ b/manage.c
@@ -31,9 +31,6 @@ int manage(Client* c, int mapped) {
XSetWindowAttributes attrs;
XRRMonitorInfo monitor;
- static XWindowAttributes ra;
- XGetWindowAttributes(dpy, DefaultRootWindow(dpy), &ra);
-
trace("manage", c, 0);
XSelectInput(
dpy,
diff --git a/ryudo.1 b/ryudo.1
index 8af97a8..6747685 100644
--- a/ryudo.1
+++ b/ryudo.1
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
.\" generated with Ronn/v0.7.3
.\" http://github.com/rtomayko/ronn/tree/0.7.3
.
-.TH "RYUDO" "1" "February 2022" "" ""
+.TH "RYUDO" "1" "March 2022" "" ""
.
.SH "NAME"
\fBryudo\fR \- The floatiling window manager that flows
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ Right\-clicking on the desktop or an inactive window opens a menu with the follo
\fBHide\fR: Minimize a window\. Click the window with mouse button 3\. It will be hidden and its label truncated and appended to the menu\. There is a compiled\-in limit of 128 hidden windows\.
.
.IP "\(bu" 4
-\fBLABEL\fR: Select any label after the \fBHide\fR option to restore it to the current virtual desktop\.
+\fBLABEL\fR: Select any label after the \fBHide\fR option to restore the window it represents to the current virtual desktop\.
.
.IP "" 0
.
@@ -115,6 +115,12 @@ The following operations are bindable to key combinations (shown are the default
\fBLaunch\fR (Super + /): Open a new terminal in the center of the screen and make it active\.
.
.IP "\(bu" 4
+\fBSwitch\fR (Alt + Tab): Switch focus to the next window (on this monitor)
+.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+\fBSwitch\-to\-monitor\fR (Alt + Shift + Tab): Switch focus to a window on the next monitor
+.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
\fBReshape\fR (Super + R): Initiate a reshape operation as if the \fBReshape\fR option was selected in the menu and the currently active window selected for the operation\.
.
.IP "\(bu" 4
@@ -136,6 +142,9 @@ The following operations are bindable to key combinations (shown are the default
\fBStick\fR (Super + S): Toggle stickiness of the currently active window\.
.
.IP "\(bu" 4
+\fBWrangle\fR (Super + A): Wrangle the currently active window to the next monitor (keeps it active)\.
+.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
\fBZoom\fR (Super + Z): Toggle zoom mode\. In zoom mode, the currently active window is maximized, new windows are opened maximized, and using Alt\-Tab to switch to another window maximizes it\.
.
.IP "\(bu" 4
diff --git a/ryudo.1.html b/ryudo.1.html
index 99bd3cc..4dc63d7 100644
--- a/ryudo.1.html
+++ b/ryudo.1.html
@@ -134,7 +134,7 @@
<li><code>Stick</code>: Not enabled by default. Click mouse button 3 on a window to toggle its stickiness. If sticky, it will be present on all virtual desktops. If made unsticky, the window will be restricted to the current virtual desktop.</li>
<li><code>Delete</code>: Closes a window. Click the window to close with mouse button 3. <code>SIGHUP</code> (hangup signal) is sent to all processes in the window's process group.</li>
<li><code>Hide</code>: Minimize a window. Click the window with mouse button 3. It will be hidden and its label truncated and appended to the menu. There is a compiled-in limit of 128 hidden windows.</li>
-<li><code>LABEL</code>: Select any label after the <code>Hide</code> option to restore it to the current virtual desktop.</li>
+<li><code>LABEL</code>: Select any label after the <code>Hide</code> option to restore the window it represents to the current virtual desktop.</li>
</ul>
@@ -152,6 +152,8 @@
<ul>
<li><code>Launch</code> (Super + /): Open a new terminal in the center of the screen and make it active.</li>
+<li><code>Switch</code> (Alt + Tab): Switch focus to the next window (on this monitor)</li>
+<li><code>Switch-to-monitor</code> (Alt + Shift + Tab): Switch focus to a window on the next monitor</li>
<li><code>Reshape</code> (Super + R): Initiate a reshape operation as if the <code>Reshape</code> option was selected in the menu and the currently active window selected for the operation.</li>
<li><code>Move</code> (Super + V): Initiate a move operation as if the <code>Move</code> option was selected from the menu and the currently active window selected for the operation.</li>
<li><code>Maximize</code> (Super + M): Maximize the currently active window.</li>
@@ -159,6 +161,7 @@
<li><code>Unhide</code> (Super + U): Restore the most recently minimized window.</li>
<li><code>Delete</code> (Super + D): Close the currently active window.</li>
<li><code>Stick</code> (Super + S): Toggle stickiness of the currently active window.</li>
+<li><code>Wrangle</code> (Super + A): Wrangle the currently active window to the next monitor (keeps it active).</li>
<li><code>Zoom</code> (Super + Z): Toggle zoom mode. In zoom mode, the currently active window is maximized, new windows are opened maximized, and using Alt-Tab to switch to another window maximizes it.</li>
<li><code>Tile Left</code> (Super + H): Tile the currently active window to fill the left half of the screen.</li>
<li><code>Tile Right</code> (Super + L): Tile the currently active window to fill the right half of the screen.</li>
@@ -188,8 +191,8 @@
<h2 id="AUTHORS">AUTHORS</h2>
<ul>
-<li>Derek Stevens <a href="&#109;&#x61;&#105;&#108;&#x74;&#111;&#58;&#110;&#x69;&#x6c;&#x69;&#120;&#64;&#x6e;&#x69;&#x6c;&#102;&#x6d;&#46;&#99;&#99;" data-bare-link="true">&#x6e;&#105;&#x6c;&#105;&#120;&#64;&#110;&#105;&#108;&#x66;&#109;&#x2e;&#x63;&#99;</a></li>
-<li>Russ Cox <a href="&#109;&#x61;&#105;&#x6c;&#116;&#x6f;&#58;&#114;&#115;&#x63;&#x40;&#x73;&#x77;&#116;&#x63;&#104;&#46;&#99;&#111;&#109;" data-bare-link="true">&#x72;&#115;&#99;&#x40;&#115;&#119;&#116;&#x63;&#x68;&#x2e;&#x63;&#111;&#109;</a></li>
+<li>Derek Stevens <a href="&#109;&#97;&#x69;&#x6c;&#x74;&#x6f;&#58;&#x6e;&#105;&#108;&#x69;&#x78;&#64;&#x6e;&#x69;&#108;&#102;&#109;&#46;&#99;&#99;" data-bare-link="true">&#110;&#105;&#108;&#x69;&#x78;&#x40;&#x6e;&#105;&#x6c;&#102;&#x6d;&#x2e;&#x63;&#99;</a></li>
+<li>Russ Cox <a href="&#x6d;&#97;&#105;&#108;&#116;&#111;&#x3a;&#x72;&#x73;&#99;&#64;&#x73;&#119;&#116;&#x63;&#104;&#x2e;&#x63;&#x6f;&#x6d;" data-bare-link="true">&#114;&#115;&#99;&#64;&#x73;&#119;&#116;&#99;&#x68;&#x2e;&#99;&#111;&#x6d;</a></li>
<li>David Hogan, RIP</li>
</ul>
@@ -201,7 +204,7 @@
<ol class='man-decor man-foot man foot'>
<li class='tl'></li>
- <li class='tc'>February 2022</li>
+ <li class='tc'>March 2022</li>
<li class='tr'>ryudo(1)</li>
</ol>
diff --git a/ryudo.1.md b/ryudo.1.md
index ca04e33..f9c3e75 100644
--- a/ryudo.1.md
+++ b/ryudo.1.md
@@ -69,6 +69,8 @@ Multimonitor support via `Xrandr(3)` is supported; keybinds should properly inte
The following operations are bindable to key combinations (shown are the default bindings):
- `Launch` (Super + /): Open a new terminal in the center of the screen and make it active.
+- `Switch` (Alt + Tab): Switch focus to the next window (on this monitor)
+- `Switch-to-monitor` (Alt + Shift + Tab): Switch focus to a window on the next monitor
- `Reshape` (Super + R): Initiate a reshape operation as if the `Reshape` option was selected in the menu and the currently active window selected for the operation.
- `Move` (Super + V): Initiate a move operation as if the `Move` option was selected from the menu and the currently active window selected for the operation.
- `Maximize` (Super + M): Maximize the currently active window.
@@ -76,7 +78,7 @@ The following operations are bindable to key combinations (shown are the default
- `Unhide` (Super + U): Restore the most recently minimized window.
- `Delete` (Super + D): Close the currently active window.
- `Stick` (Super + S): Toggle stickiness of the currently active window.
-- `Wrangle` (Super + A): Wrangle the currently active window to another monitor (this follows the order of the monitors given by `Xrandr`'s `XRRGetMonitors` function and may not correspond to the actual visible order of the monitors -- wrangling doesn't change the active window, so you can repeat the operation until the window is on the desired monitor.
+- `Wrangle` (Super + A): Wrangle the currently active window to the next monitor (keeps it active).
- `Zoom` (Super + Z): Toggle zoom mode. In zoom mode, the currently active window is maximized, new windows are opened maximized, and using Alt-Tab to switch to another window maximizes it.
- `Tile Left` (Super + H): Tile the currently active window to fill the left half of the screen.
- `Tile Right` (Super + L): Tile the currently active window to fill the right half of the screen.
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