Arch Linux: dwm with statuscolors (completed)

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    Completed the status script and changed some of the colours around.

    Script here:
    beta.intuxication.org/jasonwryan/archer/file/tip/Scripts/...

    1. Telkkar 38 months ago | reply

      How did you get your status script to show up on your status bar?

      I went digging through your bitbucket repo, but I couldn't find how you did it.

    2. Telkkar 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the link, makes sense now.

      One more question -- do you start dwm manually via that script or do you use a display manager? The reason I ask is because your .xinitrc doesn't run that script when it's called.

      I really like your setup -- it's one of the best one's I've seen. Thanks again!

    3. jasonwryan 38 months ago | reply

      I use CDM to start X wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/CDM - that way I can easily select a WM or console session...

    4. Telkkar 38 months ago | reply

      Awesome, I use CDM as well. Find it lightweight and clean looking.

      It didn't occur to me to look at your cdmrc. It's interesting that you run the script and let the script call dwm.

    5. jasonwryan 38 months ago | reply

      That way dwm is started in a loop so that you can restart it after recompiling without killing X...

    6. bollovan 37 months ago | reply

      What font have you used in this screenshot and what vim colorscheme is that?Also can I get your .Xdefaults?

    7. jasonwryan 37 months ago | reply

      The font is Envy Code R. The vim colourscheme is mine: miromiro.vim and both the colourscheme and my .Xdefaults are in the mercurial repo linked to in the post :)

    8. bollovan 37 months ago | reply

      Dude,that site is so hard.And i can't even copy text from there without including the line numbers.Why don't you use github?

    9. jasonwryan 37 months ago | reply

      Click on the 'Raw' link at the top left of the item...

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