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authorAndrew Shadura <andrewsh@debian.org>2016-04-29 15:49:54 +0200
committerAndrew Shadura <andrewsh@debian.org>2016-04-29 15:49:54 +0200
commitcc0dafee5f33f4efc97b31ebb64f9a3459c0873b (patch)
tree2344507435ec9edf261f252acb5e80c6c29d9063
parent6fd5d7a852d74130f4f1e96c67288882d88131f1 (diff)
Sync with the source tarball.
-rw-r--r--.hgtags8
-rw-r--r--man/wihack.12
-rw-r--r--man/wimenu.126
-rw-r--r--man/wistrut.12
-rw-r--r--man/witray.116
-rw-r--r--man/wmii.142
-rw-r--r--man/wmii9menu.14
-rw-r--r--man/wmiir.118
8 files changed, 60 insertions, 58 deletions
diff --git a/.hgtags b/.hgtags
deleted file mode 100644
index a9ffb3c..0000000
--- a/.hgtags
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,8 +0,0 @@
-5bfc74b4bb60564b01037a216bd2748a31b72c4b 3.10~20120413+hg2813-1
-c235b49ec64e8a37126ce0213dd72bf06e63c4fc 3.10~20120413+hg2813-2
-8265256337a0daa59d31dd88acd8f0c9a3d31d42 3.10~20120413+hg2813-3
-431adfcf6b6772cac38d9164bd06f5dc1a0357fd 3.10~20120413+hg2813-4
-71db8ca282b2cf1e4c7d2864afb6383ffdaed409 3.10~20120413+hg2813-5
-4c348d2710303a39a112cad2d9074896d29cc456 3.10~20120413+hg2813-6
-d86256ccb8d372d70bb241afb485d0f232c7824d 3.10~20120413+hg2813-7
-48ef6d4d9fe3acf0320969fd514721eaa703794a 3.10~20120413+hg2813-8
diff --git a/man/wihack.1 b/man/wihack.1
index a64ce3a..ec447b3 100644
--- a/man/wihack.1
+++ b/man/wihack.1
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ wihack \- The wmii window hack
.SH SYNOPSIS
.P
-wihack [\fI\-transient \fI<window>\fR\fR] [\fI\-type \fI<ewmh window type>\fR\fR] [\fI\-tags \fI<tags>\fR\fR] \fI<program>\fR
+wihack \fI[\-transient \fI<window>\fR]\fR \fI[\-type \fI<ewmh window type>\fR]\fR \fI[\-tags \fI<tags>\fR]\fR \fI<program>\fR
.SH DESCRIPTION
.P
diff --git a/man/wimenu.1 b/man/wimenu.1
index 8f6c028..323089d 100644
--- a/man/wimenu.1
+++ b/man/wimenu.1
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ wimenu \- The wmii menu program
.SH SYNOPSIS
.P
-wimenu [\fI\-i\fR] [\fI\-h \fI<history file>\fR\fR] [\fI\-n \fI<history count>\fR\fR] [\fI\-p \fI<prompt>\fR\fR]
+wimenu \fI[\-i]\fR \fI[\-h \fI<history file>\fR]\fR \fI[\-n \fI<history count>\fR]\fR \fI[\-p \fI<prompt>\fR]\fR
.P
wimenu \-v
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ to exit \fBwimenu\fR.
Key bindings will be read from \fI<key file>\fR. Bindings
appear as:
-\fI<key>\fR [\fIaction\fR] [\fIargs\fR]
+\fI<key>\fR \fI[action]\fR \fI[args]\fR
where \fI<key>\fR is a key name, similar to the format used by
wmii. For action and args, please refer to the default
@@ -128,10 +128,10 @@ C\-e
Move to the end of the line.
.TP
-C\-p, Up
+C\-p, up
Move backward through the input history.
.TP
-C\-n, Down
+C\-n, up
Move forward through the input history.
.TP
@@ -215,19 +215,19 @@ baz
the following script provides the appropriate completions:
.nf
- #!/bin/sh \e-f
+ #!/bin/sh -f
rm fifo
mkfifo fifo
# Open wimenu with a fifo as its stdin
- wimenu \e-c <fifo | awk '
+ wimenu -c <fifo | awk '
BEGIN {
# Define the completion results
cmds = "foo\enbar\enbaz\en"
- cmd[\fI"foo"\fR] = "1\en2\en3\en"
- cmd[\fI"bar"\fR] = "4\en5\en6\en"
- cmd[\fI"baz"\fR] = "7\en8\en9\en"
+ cmd\fI["foo"]\fR = "1\en2\en3\en"
+ cmd\fI["bar"]\fR = "4\en5\en6\en"
+ cmd\fI["baz"]\fR = "7\en8\en9\en"
# Print the first set of completions to wimenu’s fifo
fifo = "fifo"
@@ -250,7 +250,7 @@ the following script provides the appropriate completions:
if (NF == 1)
update("", cmds) # The first arg, command choices
else
- update($1 " ", cmd[\fI$1\fR]) # The second arg, command arguments
+ update($1 " ", cmd\fI[$1]\fR) # The second arg, command arguments
# Skip the trailing part of the command
getline rest
}
@@ -261,7 +261,7 @@ the following script provides the appropriate completions:
.P
In theory, this facility can be used for myriad purposes,
including hijacking the programmable completion facilities of
-most shells. See also the provided examples[\fI1\fR].
+most shells. See also the provided examples\fI[1]\fR.
.SH ENVIRONMENT
.TP
@@ -277,9 +277,9 @@ provided.
wmii(1), wmiir(1), wistrug(1), wmii9menu(1), dmenu(1)
.P
-[\fI1\fR] http://www.suckless.org/wiki/wmii/tips/9p_tips
+\fI[1]\fR http://www.suckless.org/wiki/wmii/tips/9p_tips
.P
-[\fI2\fR] @EXAMPLES@
+\fI[2]\fR @EXAMPLES@
.\" man code generated by txt2tags 2.5 (http://txt2tags.sf.net)
diff --git a/man/wistrut.1 b/man/wistrut.1
index b789ae6..f86a195 100644
--- a/man/wistrut.1
+++ b/man/wistrut.1
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ wistrut \- The wmii EWMH strut manager
.SH SYNOPSIS
.P
-wistrut [\fI\-HV\fR] \fI<window|class>\fR...
+wistrut \fI[\-HV]\fR \fI<window|class>\fR...
.P
wistrut \-v
diff --git a/man/witray.1 b/man/witray.1
index e325b1c..fae886a 100644
--- a/man/witray.1
+++ b/man/witray.1
@@ -1,16 +1,20 @@
.TH "WITRAY" 1 "May, 2010" "wmii-@VERSION@"
+
.SH NAME
+
.P
witray \- The wmii system tray
.SH SYNOPSIS
+
.P
witray [\fI\-a \fI<address>\fR\fR] [\fI\-NESW\fR] [\fI\-HV\fR] [\fI\-p \fI<padding>\fR\fR] [\fI\-s \fI<iconsize>\fR\fR] \-t (tags)
.P
witray \-v
.SH DESCRIPTION
+
.P
\fBwitray\fR is a simple system tray program meant to be used with wmii.
It supports the Freedesktop System Tray Protocol Specification
@@ -21,6 +25,7 @@ tailored to wmii. It's simple, stays out of the user's way, is easy
to configure, and generally Just Works.
.SH ARGUMENTS
+
.TP
\-a
The address at which to connect to \fBwmii\fR.
@@ -35,6 +40,7 @@ East_ corner of the screen. If no options are given,
\fBwitray\fR opens to the West of whichever part of the screen
the wmii bar occupies.
.RE
+
.TP
\-H \-V
@@ -43,6 +49,7 @@ Specifies whether icons are to be aligned horizontally or
vertically, respectively. Also determines from which edge of
the screen windows are shunted to make room for the tray.
.RE
+
.TP
\-n
Do not replace an already running system tray.
@@ -53,6 +60,7 @@ Do not replace an already running system tray.
Sets the padding between icons and around the edge of the
tray. In pixels.
.RE
+
.TP
\-s \fI<iconsize>\fR
@@ -61,12 +69,14 @@ Sets the size of the icons, in pixels. If not provided,
icons are sized so that the tray is the same height as the
\fBwmii\fR bar.
.RE
+
.TP
\-t \fI<tags>\fR
.RS
The tags on which to open. Default: \fI/./\fR
.RE
+
.TP
\-v
@@ -75,14 +85,14 @@ Display version information.
.RE
.SH CAVEATS
+
.P
\fBwitray\fR is not XRandR aware.
.SH SEE ALSO
+
.P
wmii(1), wimenu(1)
-
-.\" man code generated by txt2tags 2.5 (http://txt2tags.sf.net)
+.\" man code generated by txt2tags 2.6 (http://txt2tags.org)
.\" cmdline: txt2tags -o- witray.man1
-
diff --git a/man/wmii.1 b/man/wmii.1
index 30c94fe..4c99e83 100644
--- a/man/wmii.1
+++ b/man/wmii.1
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ wmii \- Window Manager Improved²
.SH SYNOPSIS
.P
-wmii [\fI\-a \fI<address>\fR\fR] [\fI\-r \fI<wmiirc>\fR\fR]
+wmii \fI[\-a \fI<address>\fR]\fR \fI[\-r \fI<wmiirc>\fR]\fR
.P
wmii \-v
@@ -180,7 +180,7 @@ tab(^); ll.
Mod\-t \fI<tag>\fR^Move to the view of the given \fI<tag>\fR
Mod\-n^Move to the next view
Mod\-b^Move to the previous view
- Mod\-\fI[\fI0\-9\fR]\fR^Move to the view with the given number
+ Mod\-\fI\fI[0\-9]\fR\fR^Move to the view with the given number
.TE
.SS Moving Things Around
@@ -193,7 +193,7 @@ tab(^); ll.
Mod\-Shift\-k^Move the current window above the window above it.
Mod\-Shift\-space^Toggle the current window between the managed and floating layer
Mod\-Shift\-t \fI<tag>\fR^Move the current window to the view of the given \fI<tag>\fR
- Mod\-Shift\-\fI[\fI0\-9\fR]\fR^Move the current window to the view with the given number
+ Mod\-Shift\-\fI\fI[0\-9]\fR\fR^Move the current window to the view with the given number
.TE
.SS Miscellaneous
@@ -221,8 +221,8 @@ the bar labels, etc.
.P
Most aspects of \fBwmii\fR are controlled via the filesystem. It is
usually accessed via the wmiir(1) command, but it can be
-accessed by any 9P, including plan9port's 9P[\fI1\fR], and can be
-mounted natively on Linux via v9fs[\fI1\fR], and on Inferno (which man
+accessed by any 9P, including plan9port's 9P\fI[1]\fR, and can be
+mounted natively on Linux via v9fs\fI[1]\fR, and on Inferno (which man
run on top of Linux). All data in the filesystem, including
filenames, is UTF\-8 encoded. However, when accessed via
wmiir(1), text is automatically translated to and from your
@@ -262,7 +262,7 @@ rules which affect the width of newly created columns.
Rules have the form:
.nf
- /\fI<regex>\fR/ -> \fI<width>\fR[\fI+\fI<width>\fR\fR]*
+ /\fI<regex>\fR/ -> \fI<width>\fR\fI[+\fI<width>\fR]\fR*
.fi
Where,
@@ -323,14 +323,14 @@ The \fIevent\fR file never returns EOF while
as they occur. Included among them are:
.RS 8
.TP
-[\fINot\fR]Urgent \fI<client>\fR [\fIManager|Client\fR]
+\fI[Not]\fRUrgent \fI<client>\fR \fI[Manager|Client]\fR
\fI<client>\fR's urgent hint has been set or
-unset. The second arg is [\fIClient\fR] if it's
-been set by the client, and [\fIManager\fR] if
+unset. The second arg is \fI[Client]\fR if it's
+been set by the client, and \fI[Manager]\fR if
it's been set by \fBwmii\fR via a control
message.
.TP
-[\fINot\fR]UrgentTag \fI<tag>\fR [\fIManager|Client\fR]
+\fI[Not]\fRUrgentTag \fI<tag>\fR \fI[Manager|Client]\fR
A client on \fI<tag>\fR has had its urgent hint
set, or the last urgent client has had its
urgent hint unset.
@@ -339,13 +339,13 @@ Client\fI<Click|MouseDown>\fR \fI<client>\fR \fI<button>\fR
A client's titlebar has either been clicked or
has a button pressed over it.
.TP
-[\fILeft|Right\fR]Bar[\fIClick|MouseDown\fR] \fI<button>\fR \fI<bar>\fR
+\fI[Left|Right]\fRBar\fI[Click|MouseDown]\fR \fI<button>\fR \fI<bar>\fR
A left or right bar has been clicked or has a
button pressed over it.
.RS -8
For a more comprehensive list of available events, see
-\fIwmii.pdf\fR[\fI2\fR]
+\fIwmii.pdf\fR\fI[2]\fR
.TP
ctl
@@ -469,9 +469,9 @@ following commands:
.TP
select
Select a client:
-select [\fIleft|right|up|down\fR]
+select \fI[left|right|up|down]\fR
.P
-select [\fI\fI<row number>\fR|sel\fR] [\fI\fI<frame number>\fR\fR]
+select \fI[\fI<row number>\fR|sel]\fR \fI[\fI<frame number>\fR]\fR
.P
select client \fI<client>\fR
.TP
@@ -479,12 +479,12 @@ send
Send a client somewhere:
.RS 8
.TP
-send [\fI\fI<client>\fR|sel\fR] [\fIup|down|left|right\fR]
+send \fI[\fI<client>\fR|sel]\fR \fI[up|down|left|right]\fR
.TP
-send [\fI\fI<client>\fR|sel\fR] \fI<area>\fR
+send \fI[\fI<client>\fR|sel]\fR \fI<area>\fR
Send \fI<client>\fR to the \fIn\fRth \fI<area>\fR
.TP
-send [\fI\fI<client>\fR|sel\fR] toggle
+send \fI[\fI<client>\fR|sel]\fR toggle
Toggle \fI<client>\fR between the floating and managed layer.
.RS -8
.TP
@@ -496,7 +496,7 @@ grow
Grow or shrink a client.
.nf
- grow \fI<frame>\fR \fI<direction>\fR [\fI\fI<amount>\fR\fR]
+ grow \fI<frame>\fR \fI<direction>\fR \fI[\fI<amount>\fR]\fR
.fi
.TP
@@ -504,7 +504,7 @@ nudge
Nudge a client in a given direction.
.nf
- grow \fI<frame>\fR \fI<direction>\fR [\fI\fI<amount>\fR\fR]
+ grow \fI<frame>\fR \fI<direction>\fR \fI[\fI<amount>\fR]\fR
.fi
.RS -8
@@ -618,9 +618,9 @@ wimenu(1), wmii9menu(1), witray(1), wmiir(1), wihack(1)
@DOCDIR@/FAQ
.P
-[\fI1\fR] http://www.suckless.org/wiki/wmii/tips/9p_tips
+\fI[1]\fR http://www.suckless.org/wiki/wmii/tips/9p_tips
.P
-[\fI2\fR] @DOCDIR@/wmii.pdf
+\fI[2]\fR @DOCDIR@/wmii.pdf
.\" man code generated by txt2tags 2.5 (http://txt2tags.sf.net)
diff --git a/man/wmii9menu.1 b/man/wmii9menu.1
index d7345f2..935c66d 100644
--- a/man/wmii9menu.1
+++ b/man/wmii9menu.1
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ wmii9menu \- The wmii menu program
.SH SYNOPSIS
.P
-wmii9menu [\fI\-a \fI<address>\fR\fR] [\fI\-i \fI<initial>\fR\fR] \fI<item>\fR[\fI:\fI<command>\fR\fR]...
+wmii9menu \fI[\-a \fI<address>\fR]\fR \fI[\-i \fI<initial>\fR]\fR \fI<item>\fR\fI[:\fI<command>\fR]\fR...
wmii9menu \-v
.SH DESCRIPTION
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ provided.
wmii(1), wmiir(1), wimenu(1)
.P
-[\fI1\fR] http://www.suckless.org/wiki/wmii/tips/9p_tips
+\fI[1]\fR http://www.suckless.org/wiki/wmii/tips/9p_tips
.\" man code generated by txt2tags 2.5 (http://txt2tags.sf.net)
diff --git a/man/wmiir.1 b/man/wmiir.1
index 94bf212..140f844 100644
--- a/man/wmiir.1
+++ b/man/wmiir.1
@@ -6,9 +6,9 @@ wmiir \- The wmii 9P filesystem client
.SH SYNOPSIS
.P
-wmiir [\fI\-a \fI<address>\fR\fR] [\fI\-b\fR] {create | ls [\fI\-dlp\fR] | read | remove | write} \fI<file>\fR
+wmiir \fI[\-a \fI<address>\fR]\fR \fI[\-b]\fR {create | ls \fI[\-dlp]\fR | read | remove | write} \fI<file>\fR
.P
-wmiir [\fI\-a \fI<address>\fR\fR] [\fI\-b\fR] xwrite \fI<file>\fR \fI<data>\fR ...
+wmiir \fI[\-a \fI<address>\fR]\fR \fI[\-b]\fR xwrite \fI<file>\fR \fI<data>\fR ...
.P
wmiir \-v
@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ Creates a new file or directory in the filesystem. Permissions and
file type are inferred by \fBwmii\fR. The contents of the standard input
are written to the new file.
.TP
-ls [\fI\-dlp\fR] \fI<path>\fR
+ls \fI[\-dlp]\fR \fI<path>\fR
Lists the contents of \fI<path>\fR.
Flags:
@@ -104,12 +104,12 @@ different depending on the value of \fB$NAMESPACE\fR and
Synonyms: \fBns\fR
.RE
.TP
-setsid [\fI\-0 \fI<argv0>\fR\fR] [\fI\-f\fR] \fI<command>\fR
+setsid \fI[\-0 \fI<argv0>\fR]\fR \fI[\-f]\fR \fI<command>\fR
.RS
Executes the given command after setting the session id (see
setsid(2)). If \fI\-0\fR is given, the command is run with the
-given value as argv[\fI0\fR]. For instance, to run sh as a login
+given value as argv\fI[0]\fR. For instance, to run sh as a login
shell, one might run
.RE
@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ If \fI\-f\fR is given, wmiir will fork into the background before
executing the command.
.RE
.TP
-proglist [\fI\-\-\fR] \fI<directory>\fR ...
+proglist \fI[\-\-]\fR \fI<directory>\fR ...
.RS
Lists all executable commands in the given directories.
@@ -140,12 +140,12 @@ provided.
.SH SEE ALSO
.P
-wmii(1), libixp[\fI2\fR]
+wmii(1), libixp\fI[2]\fR
.P
-[\fI1\fR] http://www.suckless.org/wiki/wmii/tips/9p_tips
+\fI[1]\fR http://www.suckless.org/wiki/wmii/tips/9p_tips
.P
-[\fI2\fR] http://libs.suckless.org/libixp
+\fI[2]\fR http://libs.suckless.org/libixp
.\" man code generated by txt2tags 2.5 (http://txt2tags.sf.net)