Wimpiggy is a library for writing EWMH-compliant, compositing window managers using Python and GTK+. The goal is to make writing a window manager as easy as writing a PyGTK application. This library can be used to build a trivial, working window manager in only about 40 lines of code.
|Tags||Software Development User Interfaces Libraries Python Modules Desktop Environment Window Manager|
|Licenses||GPL GPLv3 GPLv2|
Release Notes: This release includes an overhaul of icon handling, better SIGINT handling, and several minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release contains an assortment of small bugfixes for more obscure corners of X (some race conditions, windows with non-zero "borders", etc.), plus a switch to a more systematic logging system.
Release Notes: Wimpiggy was formerly part of the window manager 'parti'. With this release it has been split off into a separate package and is installable and usable independently. Support has been added for compositing, model/view separation for client windows, key binding, event dispatching that doesn't leak memory, and various client hints such as icons and struts.