wmii is the next generation of wmi. It is a highly customizable keyboard-and-mouse-driven X11 window manager that supports conventional, tabbed, and tiled window management with low memory usage and vi-like user interaction. Due to a complete rewrite, it is highly modularized and uses a new configuration and inter-process communication interface, which is oriented on the 9p protocol of the Plan9 operating system.
|Tags||Desktop Environment Window Manager|
Release Notes: There have been countless changes since wmii 3.6 and this version is in fact a complete revamp and leading towards wmii 4.0.
Release Notes: This release allows you to move and resize windows with the mouse, make clients visible in multiple tags, and move floating windows partially off screen. Application-independent full-screen functionality has been added. Support has been added for the aspect ratio window hint. Support has been added for urgent window hints. Drag and drop in GTK apps and xprop support. X11 window IDs are now used to identify clients instead of an internal wmii ID.
Release Notes: Many updates, features, and fixes were made.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: The new window management consists of a column layout. The classic workspace (page) paradigm of previous versions or other window managers has been replaced with a new tagging approach. The new virtual filesystem can be accessed using a 9P-compliant client. The dependency on Plan 9 (9base) tools has been dropped. The separation of wmiibar, wmiikeys, and the wmiifs file-service multiplexer into separate processes in earlier versions has been removed, which increased the overall performance drastically and reduced a lot of code overhead.