Parti is a tabbing/tiling (one might say "partitioning") window manager. Its goal is to bring this superior window management interface to modern, mainstream desktop environments.
|Tags||Desktop Environment Window Manager|
Release Notes: A trivial but show-stopping bug was fixed and some dead code was removed.
Release Notes: With this release, Parti's window manager backend has been split off into a separate package, "wimpiggy", and it received substantial enhancements which are detailed under its entry. The code still remaining in Parti proper is now mostly a wimpiggy test-bed, to be expanded in the future.
Release Notes: The main addition in this release is a (mostly) comprehensive automated test suite, as well as fixes for many bugs discovered while writing the test suite. This release remains very much a prototype, suitable for hacking and experimentation rather than actual use.
Release Notes: This initial release contains basic window manager functionality (including substantial ICCCM/EWMH compliance, focus handling, etc.), and it doesn't seem to crash in normal operation. It has no useful UI on top of this beyond a simple placeholder for testing.