New release of epilicious coming up

Since it’s been some time since the 0.8 release of epilicious and I’ve been doing some work on it lately I thought it’s time for a release soon. I should be able to get around to it in a day or two. I went over the translations and realised that they’re all going to be …

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Epilicious currently not working on Debian Sid

I just noticed that epilicious doesn’t work for me It seems the recent work done by the Python group in Debian Sid has resulted in the following line throwing an exception: from elementtree.ElementTree import parse Yes, I’ve double checked that python-elementtree is installed (python-celementtree is also installed). At the moment I’m too lazy to look …

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The GNOME fun never ends ;-)

After an attempt at hacking “window packing” into Jendela I ran into a bit of a showstopper: Metacity doesn’t support _NET_MOVERESIZE_WINDOW. Now this is a bit of a problem, because “window packing” is all about moving windows around on the screen. Confusingly Metacity does register the relevant XAtom, meaning that wmctrl doesn’t work (it’ll first …

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Jendela BZR repo is up

My local development repo is being uploaded to http://therning.org/magnus_bzr/jendela.dev/ as I write this. There isn’t much functionality yet–you can shade windows–but hopefully I’ll have time to change that over the next few days.

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Jendela – change of implementation language

Unfortunately it seems the Python bindings for wnck aren’t quite up to scratch. I’m getting numerous run-time warnings and sometimes even segmentation faults when doing some stuff (e.g. when shading all windows on the current desktop). I’ve “verified” it’s a problem in the Python binings by hacking together a quick and dirty program in C …

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