Window manager for X Window System
Window Maker is a fully configurable window manager for the X window system. Its features include: --ICCCM compliant --support for GNOME, GNUstep, and KDE --localization support (over 11 locales) --support for Motif and OPEN LOOK window hints --supports dockapps and rudimentary session management --can change all preferences and menus on-the-fly without having to restart the window manager --built-in icon dithering with support for 4bpp and 8bpp displays --application Dock (similar to NEXTSTEP/MacOS X Dock) that can be configured using drag and drop --workspace Dock (aka Clip/Fiend) which is a workspace specific Dock extender --good functionality vs. resource consumption ratio --configurable by GUI- no need to hand edit config files --supports multiple workspaces ("virtual desptops")
- IRC general channel
released on 11 March 2017
If you have time and interest in resurrecting this GNU package, please contact: mailto:email@example.com.
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git clone git://repo.or.cz/wmaker-crm.git
22 September 2012
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Resources and communication
|VCS Repository Webview||https://repo.or.cz/w/wmaker-crm.git|
|Required to use||X11|
|Required to use||libProplist|
|Required to use||libjpeg libpng|
|Required to use||libXpm|
|Weak prerequisite||GNU gettext|
|Required to build||libproplist|
|Required to build||X development libraries|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 3 December 2018.
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