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TileView - TileView is a subclass of android

  •    Java

The TileView widget is a subclass of ViewGroup that provides a mechanism to asynchronously display tile-based images, with additional functionality for 2D dragging, flinging, pinch or double-tap to zoom, adding overlaying Views (markers), built-in Hot Spot support, dynamic path drawing, multiple levels of detail, and support for any relative positioning or coordinate system. Properly configured, TileView can render tiles quickly enough be appear seamless.

howm - A lightweight, X11 tiling window manager that behaves like vim

  •    C

If you can't use the AUR, then there may be a package available for your distro. After howm is installed, you'll want to copy over some configuration files.

quicktile - Adds window-tiling keybindings to any X11-based desktop

  •    Python

As of QuickTile 0.3.0, the installation process has changed. This was necessary to allow QuickTile to be split across multiple files so I could get past some mental blocks and start to clean up the code and implement new features.

katriawm - A non-reparenting, dynamic window manager with decorations

  •    C

A non-reparenting, dynamic window manager with decorations

Protobuf-Dreamer - A tiled DeepDream project for creating any size of image, on both CPU and GPU

  •    Python

A tiled DeepDream project for creating any size of image, on both CPU and GPU. Tensorflow should be compiled for either the CPU, or GPU depending on what your prefer. The CPU is slower, but this project should allow anyone to create an image of any size. The tiling code is based on the Tensorflow DeepDream example code. This project was inspired by jnordberg's DreamCanvas project. In order to control the desired output size, resize your image prior to running pb_dreamer.py. Any "blurriness" caused by resizing a smaller image to a larger size, should disappear after the DeepDream process.

dewm - A pure go autotiling window manager written with literate programming

  •    Go

dewm is written in a literate programming style, in the hopes that it can inspire anyone else who's ever wanted to write their own window manager that they can learn enough to do it. I knew next to nothing about the X11 protocol or ICCCM conventions when I started this (and still don't), so if I got anything wrong please feel free to either send a pull request or email me so I can correct it. I don't want to misinform anyone who reads the markdown source in the src/ directory. By default, all columns are equally sized, and each window in any given column is equally sized, but they can be resized dynamically (see keybindings below).