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yeah, lisp is not the most intuitive-looking language of all, there's a lot of
documentation in the wild web. Explicit documentation like 'look for xyz' is
not available as such, but the filenames for high level functions are usually
In your example it's not so simple, as we use a different term in the
configurator than in code: lisp/sawfish/wm/ext/match-window.jl
lisp/sawfish/wm/edge/ for EdgeActions.
You can find docs for librep/sawfish in the respective man/ directory in the
tarballs, else you are welcome to ask here on the list.
On Sunday 06 January 2013 19:20:50 Robert 'Bobby' Zenz wrote:
> Thanks for letting us know.
> Personally I'd really like to contribute to Sawfish (because it is awesome),
> but I find it hard to wrap my head around Lisp. Is there some secret to
> understand the source? I know that question is dumb, but is there some sort
> of documentation like "If you look for the windowrules, go to the files x,
> y and z"?
> Thanks for your hard work, it is really appreciated.
> On Sun, Jan 06, 2013 at 07:12:40PM +0100, Christopher Roy Bratusek wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > ... no I've not left the project - just had very limited time to work on
> > it
> > (work, private life, other projects) - in case anyone wondered why where
> > was no progress since 1st Dec.
> > I doubt there will be much done by me before february/march (I've got two
> > weeks holidays in march).
> > Either way I encourage anyone to contribute to the project - with me alone
> > this is going to be dead-end very soon, I fear. Sawfish is too big for a
> > one- man show.
> > So feel free to contribute or to aquire new developers to the project. :)
> > Regards,
> > Chris