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From: Mondragon, Ian <ian.mondragon@ba...> - 2003-03-06 18:41:06
while my work on iwm has become sporatic over the past couple of weeks, i
*have* managed to make alot of progess on alot of the under-the-hood
workings of several pieces. here's what i've done:
- rewritten the IWMClient class, alot less clutter for those
checking out the code itself
- added actual grips on either side of a client's resize bar
(complete with rollover cursor changes)
- significant progress towards EWMH compliance
- preliminary client icons, modeled after the NeXT icons (as you
- preliminary root window menu, because it's desparately needed
i'll be fixing a few loose ends & committing the changes this weekend...
From: Chris B. Vetter <chrisv@we...> - 2003-03-15 02:28:10
On Thu, 06 Mar 2003 12:39:38 -0600
"Mondragon, Ian" <ian.mondragon@...> wrote:
> i'll be fixing a few loose ends & committing the changes this
I wonder whether time runs quicker here in CA, or maybe more slowly up
there wherever Ian resides? Or maybe he commit'd those changes to a
different CVS? Or maybe this project is *gasp* dead?
Nevertheless, have a nice, bug- and crash-free weekend,
From: Ian Mondragon <copal@dr...> - 2003-03-15 05:39:42
time just moves sloooow here in i'm-always-at-work-or-on-the-train land
plus i hit a few snags in the root menu code. sorry everyone.
oh, and...NO the project is NOT dead. just running a bit of a fever at
the moment. sorry everyone. i should just learn to shut my mouth and
surprise everyone with good things, instead of making them anticipate
them for too long...
On Friday, March 14, 2003, at 08:27 PM, Chris B. Vetter wrote:
> I wonder whether time runs quicker here in CA, or maybe more slowly up
> there wherever Ian resides? Or maybe he commit'd those changes to a
> different CVS? Or maybe this project is *gasp* dead?
> Nevertheless, have a nice, bug- and crash-free weekend,