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The Stump Window Manager ------------------------ Stumpwm is a window manager written entirely in Common Lisp. It attempts to be highly customizable while relying entirely on the keyboard for input. You will not find buttons, icons, title bars, tool bars, or any of the other conventional GUI widgets. These design decisions reflect the growing popularity of productive, customizable lisp based systems. Build & Start Stumpwm --------------------- Prerequisites ============= * a common lisp distribution. sbcl, clisp, ccl and ecl all work. * asdf * clx * cl-ppcre The recommended way to install the dependencies is using Quicklisp. Follow the instructions at http://www.quicklisp.org/ to install it. Make sure you have added it to your lisp init file using: (ql:add-to-init-file) Then, in a repl: (ql:quickload "clx") (ql:quickload "cl-ppcre") Building ======== Building stumpwm from git requires that you build the configure script: autoconf If there's already a configure script then just run it. ./configure By default stumpwm elects sbcl. If you have multiple lisps installed, you can explicitly select clisp, ccl, or ecl like so: ./configure --with-lisp=clisp If your lisps are in strange places you may need to tell the script where to find them: ./configure --with-sbcl=/home/sabetts/opt/bin/sbcl ./configure --with-clisp=/usr/local/downstairs/to/the/left/clisp Now build it: make If all goes well, you should have a stumpwm binary now. You can run the binary from where it is or install it, along with the .info documentation, with: make install Now that you have a binary, call it from your ~/.xinitrc file: echo /path/to/stumpwm >> ~/.xinitrc startx Hopefully that will put you in X running stumpwm! CCL And Virtual Memory ---------------------- On 64bit platforms, CCL reserves a "very large" amount of virtual memory. If this bothers you for some reason, you can pass the -R or --heap-reserve option to the binary in your ~/.xinitrc file. See http://ccl.clozure.com/manual/chapter15.1.html for an explanation. Help ---- There's a texinfo manual, stumpwm.texi. The build scripts generate an info file you can read in emacs or with the `info' program. The manual for the latest release is available to read online at: http://www.nongnu.org/stumpwm/manual/stumpwm.html For other stuff visit the stumpwm wiki: https://github.com/sabetts/stumpwm/wiki There's a #stumpwm channel on irc.freenode.net, too. See http://stumpwm.nongnu.org/community.html for more information on contacting stumpwm developers and users.