[openbox] How to avoid raising window when clicking?

Ben Jansens ben at orodu.net
Wed Nov 5 21:41:43 EST 2003

On Wed, Nov 05, 2003 at 09:26:51AM -0800, Adam Kessel wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 05, 2003 at 04:42:25PM +1030, Tim Riley wrote:
> > El mi?, 05-11-2003 a las 16:06, Adam Kessel escribi?:
> > > Is obconf under active development? The obconf page at icculus.org
> > > doesn't give a lot of information.
> > > Is there a particular reason it's written in C? 
> > It was written in C because C works.  It's a language in which Ben is
> > proficient and one which I can code too.
> Sorry, I didn't mean to be accusatory (don't know if you took it as
> such)!  I was just wondering if there are specific design considerations
> that aren't obvious from the face of it as to why C was selectd.

Basically because the ob libs are in C and the amount of code required is
small thanks to libglade. As well the plan was to eventually use libobrender
to display themes while editing them in realtime.

> As to my other question: how active is development on obconf?  Would a
> perl/python alternative be welcomed or seen as redundant/duplicitous? I
> was thinking of trying to write, for starters, a key binding config GUI,
> as that's something I would actually use (the other stuff I'm happy to do
> with vim on rc.xml). If this is close to being implemented in obconf, of
> course I would hold off, but otherwise maybe I'll take a stab at it?

I don't know of any other efforts on that :)

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