Creates X menus from the shell
This is a simple program that allows you to create X menus from the shell, where each menu item will run a command. 9menu is intended for use with 9wm, but can be used with any other window manager.
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9menu is free software, and is Copyright (c) 1994 by David Hogan and Arnold Robbins. 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 9menu and whose documentation gives credit where it is due (4) the authors are 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.
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