Release Notes: New features include a general text window class useful for both menus and input boxes and a modewindow mixin to display the system load average. Some small, useful hacks have been collected in the new module, plwm.misc.
Release Notes: New modules panes and menus were added. Together they allow PLWM to act like the fellow window manager ratpoison, giving a screen-like interface to X. A bunch of bugfixes (including a Python 2.1 incompitability fix), some new smaller features, and some internal redesign was added.
Release Notes: This release includes completed documentation, a new inspect module allowing the internals of a running PLWM to be studied or modfied by an external client, event loop improvement, a fix for a timer event bug, cleaner mode window code, and key grabbing support.
Release Notes: PLWM now works with Python 2.0, and xmodewin functionality has been moved from a separate application into plwm modules.
Release Notes: The old plxlib module has been replaced by the Python X Library. PLWM is now written entirerly in Python, and should run on any platform with a Python intepreter.
Release Notes: Internal changes were made to make PLWM even more modularised. The major new user feature is the ability to simulate mouse clicks from the keyboard.
Release Notes: Bugfixes, and fixes for a few huge memory leaks.
Release Notes: A memory leak has been patched and a small bug has been fixed. Installation has been improved. PLWM now displays the window geometry in xmodewin while moving and resizing.
Release Notes: PLWM is now much easier to get up and running, thanks to more extensive documentation, bug fixes and improved font and colour handling. Additionally, the support for multihead systems now actually works, and there are miscellaneous new small features.
Release Notes: Initial announcement.