> When you look at it though what do you use a windowmanager for ...
> IMHO it's a convienent way of managing multiple apps,
> and as far as I can see these managing "operations" are basically
>> #1 start something (automatically or otherwise)
> #2 switch between this & some other app
> #3 close that something
>> ease of use is a big thing but by & large anything outside of that is
You could try Blackbox http://blackbox.alug.org/. It is small
(some 14k lines of code; less than half wmaker's executable size),
written for minimal resource usage and maximum speed (definitely the
most responsive wm on my lowly 28MHz box), and all this is quite
astonishing, considering that it's written in C++. And, well, I almost
fell off my chair laughing when I loaded the Lunar_Daemon theme :)
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