perlwm is a window manager written in Perl. It allows users to configure both the appearance and behaviour of the window manager through Perl scripting.
|Tags||Desktop Environment Window Manager|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release adds a config system which reads preferences from a (Perl) config file.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes were made in the keyboard search action. A problem with long running perlwm sessions locking up due to a bug in X11::Protocol was fixed.
Release Notes: Keyboard bindings now work, along with grabs and some support for 'modal' actions. You can now resize and move windows with the keyboard, as well as raise, lower, and focus switch.
Release Notes: The timer and focus handling code were improved and useless (but pretty) color blending during focus changes was implemented.
Release Notes: The event code was tidied up.