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A slightly fancy status bar for xmonad
Haskell C
Branch: master

notifications: Allow gtk to handle ellipsizing

The custom take-based ellipsize solution could cleave strings in the
middle of pango markup, leading to nothing being displayed.  The code
actually had the necessary gtk settings to ellipsize properly, so the
manual taking was not necessary.
latest commit 4a5cf4ba40
@travitch authored

README.md

This is a desktop information bar intended for use with XMonad and similar window managers. It is similar in spirit to xmobar; it is different in that it gives up some simplicity for a reasonable helping of eye candy. This bar is based on GTK+ (via gtk2hs) and uses fancy graphics where doing so is reasonable and useful. Example:

The bar is configured much like XMonad. It uses ~/.config/taffybar/taffybar.hs as its configuration file. This file is just a Haskell program that invokes the real main function with a configuration object. The configuration file basically just specifies which widgets to use, though any arbitrary Haskell code can be executed before the bar is created.

There are some generic pre-defined widgets available:

  • Graph (modeled after the graph widget in Awesome)
  • Vertical bar (also similar to a widget in Awesome)
  • Periodically-updating labels, graphs, and vertical bars

There are also several more specialized widgets:

  • Battery widget
  • Textual clock
  • Freedesktop.org notifications (via dbus)
  • MPRIS1 and MPRIS2 widgets
  • Weather widget
  • XMonad log widget (listens on dbus instead of stdin)
  • System tray

TODO

An incomplete list of things that would be cool to have:

  • xrandr widget (for dealing changing clone/extend mode and orientation)
  • Better behavior when adding/removing monitors (never tried it)
  • Make MPRIS more configurable
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