Perhaps one simply wants to look at many versions, or perhaps one is interested in commonalities. HTTP(get Response Body, simple HTTP, get Request) import Text. Tag Soup (parse Tags, Tag(Tag Open)) main :: IO () main = do urls Note that this script will only work on those configs which strictly followed the above uploading guidelines, since the script makes a number of simplifying assumptions.Regardless, here's a small script (written by gwern and modified by sereven) which uses Tagsoup to download the files into the current directory: import Control. (Specifically: title includes the string "xmonad.hs", it was uploaded to a subpage of this page, the tags are on their own lines, and the first pair encloses the Xinerama keybindings are also removed, simply because I don't use them. Gnome so that "dmenu" type programs are not _required_. In principle, it should be possible to avoid "nmcli" altogether using the dbus interface to haskell.A hack to make the Gnome Menu popup just like the Gnome Run dialog pops up. This config uses easyxmotion to switch between any window in 2 keypresses. The is very simple and also uses Window Go and ewmh desktops. Lots of left hand only keys, for full function with both hands on keyboard, or with one on mouse.
The other config is an older config that uses the standard vi-like bindings, but translated by location to a dvorak layout. (It's helpful to also include the version info somewhere in your comments.) This will create a new page under /you into which you can paste your text.
For more in-depth treatments of Haskell syntax and learning how to program in Haskell, see the sidebar links on
For more screenshots see the Xmonad/Screenshots archive.
Ewmh Desktops users upgrading to xmonad-0.9.* , please note layout Hook, handle Event Hook, startup Hook change.
For more information about how to update your Ewmh configuration, and other changes that may require edits to The template file shows all the default xmonad settings; it is merely a slightly modified reference copy of the XMonad source module which sets up the configuration.
However, xmonad can be somewhat difficult to configure if you're new to Haskell or even to xmonad itself.