A compiled binary for the latest commit can always be found on AppVeyor.
Menu entries are passed to wlines through stdin. After the user has made a choice, the result is sent out through stdout.
(echo hello & echo world & echo !) | wlines would for example bring up a menu like this:
The user can filter by writing in the textbox:
The menu style and behavior can be customized through command-line arguments. Run
wlines -h for a list of these.
wlines by itself doesn't do much. The power comes through using scripts that talk to it. suckless has a list of examples of scripts that can be used with dmenu.
wlines has been tested and works on unmodified Windows XP (32-bit) and Windows 10 (64-bit). As such, it should work on anything in-between as well.
- Download the Tiny C Compiler and add the WinApi headers.
tcc/lib/gdi32.defto also include
- Make sure
tcc.exeis in your PATH.
- Clone this repo (
git clone https://github.com/JerwuQu/wlines.git)
All issues and PRs related to fixing bugs or other strange behavior are welcome.
This project is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0. See LICENSE for more details.