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taffybar - A gtk based status bar for tiling window managers such as XMonad

  •    Haskell

Taffybar is a gtk+3 (through gi-gtk) based desktop information bar, intended primarily for use with XMonad, though it can also function alongside other EWMH compliant window managers. It is similar in spirit to xmobar, but it differs in that it gives up some simplicity for a reasonable helping of eye candy. Taffybar has a number of non-haskell dependencies. It is recommended that you follow the installation instructions for haskell-gi before attempting to install taffybar.

dotfiles - configuration files for xmonad, emacs, zsh, git, linux, osx and more.

  •    Python

This document is best read at http://ivanmalison.github.io/dotfiles/ or, of course, in emacs, as the internal links that follow are unlikely to work anywhere else (including, for example, at https://github.com/IvanMalison/dotfiles). This is my emacs configuration in literate form. It aspires to be like the incredibly well commented literate configurations of Sacha Chua and Ryan Rix, but I haven’t quite gotten around to polishing it to the point that those two have. Still, there are definitely a few sections of which I am quite proud, and that others may find to be useful.

gtk-sni-tray - A StatusNotifierHost widget written using the gtk+3 bindings for haskell provided by gi-gtk

  •    Haskell

gtk-sni-tray provides a StatusNotifierHost widget written using the gtk+3 bindings for haskell provided by gi-gtk. It also provides a simple standalone executable, gtk-sni-tray-standalone, that is configured with command line arguments. This executable will run the aforementioned widget by itself in a strut window, on each monitor for each it is requested. It is generally recommeneded that you use this widget through taffybar with this module, which will allow you to combine it with other useful widgets, and will give more flexibility in configuration.