A Colorful and Flexible Window Manager
Window Maker is a colorful and flexible window manager and
the designated successor of AfterStep. For more details, check
- Developed at X11:windowmanagers
- Download package
osc -A https://api.opensuse.org checkout openSUSE:Factory/WindowMaker && cd $_
- Create Badge
|README.SUSE||0000001109 1.08 KB|
|WindowMaker-0.95.9.tar.gz||0003397167 3.24 MB|
|WindowMaker-config.patch||0000011057 10.8 KB|
|WindowMaker-extra-0.1.tar.bz2||0000238844 233 KB|
|WindowMaker-menu.patch||0000146448 143 KB|
|WindowMaker-reproducible.patch||0000001631 1.59 KB|
|WindowMaker-rpmlintrc||0000000030 30 Bytes|
|WindowMaker.changes||0000031662 30.9 KB|
|WindowMaker.desktop||0000004833 4.72 KB|
|WindowMaker.spec||0000006278 6.13 KB|
|fix_wmgenmenu_paths.patch||0000002019 1.97 KB|
|theme.tar.bz2||0000000740 740 Bytes|
|windowmaker||0000002641 2.58 KB|
|wm-giflib.patch||0000058258 56.9 KB|
I know is very soon but any idea about when will be available 0.95.9?
next week. we already have a submit request. i'll need to review.
It was one of the first I used around 1998 (don't remember what release) with red hat 5.2, and in those years I liked it more than others (that I don't remember eather). I'm curious how it's working now. Those very young gnome and KDE, aah... time passes. Thanks.