xmonad-0.17.0.9: A tiling window manager
Copyright(c) Spencer Janssen 2007
LicenseBSD3-style (see LICENSE)
Maintainerspencerjanssen@gmail.com
Stabilityunstable
Portabilitynot portable, mtl, posix
Safe HaskellNone
LanguageHaskell2010

XMonad.Layout

Description

The collection of core layouts.

Synopsis

Documentation

data Full a Source #

Simple fullscreen mode. Renders the focused window fullscreen.

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Full 

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LayoutClass Full a Source # 
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Read (Full a) Source # 
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Show (Full a) Source # 
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showsPrec :: Int -> Full a -> ShowS #

show :: Full a -> String #

showList :: [Full a] -> ShowS #

data Tall a Source #

The builtin tiling mode of xmonad. Supports Shrink, Expand and IncMasterN.

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Tall 

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LayoutClass Tall a Source # 
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Read (Tall a) Source # 
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Show (Tall a) Source # 
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showsPrec :: Int -> Tall a -> ShowS #

show :: Tall a -> String #

showList :: [Tall a] -> ShowS #

newtype Mirror l a Source #

Mirror a layout, compute its 90 degree rotated form.

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Mirror (l a) 

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LayoutClass l a => LayoutClass (Mirror l) a Source # 
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Read (l a) => Read (Mirror l a) Source # 
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Show (l a) => Show (Mirror l a) Source # 
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showsPrec :: Int -> Mirror l a -> ShowS #

show :: Mirror l a -> String #

showList :: [Mirror l a] -> ShowS #

data Resize Source #

Change the size of the master pane.

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Shrink 
Expand 

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Message Resize Source # 
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data IncMasterN Source #

Increase the number of clients in the master pane.

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IncMasterN !Int 

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Message IncMasterN Source # 
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data Choose l r a Source #

A layout that allows users to switch between various layout options.

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Choose CLR (l a) (r a) 

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(LayoutClass l a, LayoutClass r a) => LayoutClass (Choose l r) a Source # 
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runLayout :: Workspace WorkspaceId (Choose l r a) a -> Rectangle -> X ([(a, Rectangle)], Maybe (Choose l r a)) Source #

doLayout :: Choose l r a -> Rectangle -> Stack a -> X ([(a, Rectangle)], Maybe (Choose l r a)) Source #

pureLayout :: Choose l r a -> Rectangle -> Stack a -> [(a, Rectangle)] Source #

emptyLayout :: Choose l r a -> Rectangle -> X ([(a, Rectangle)], Maybe (Choose l r a)) Source #

handleMessage :: Choose l r a -> SomeMessage -> X (Maybe (Choose l r a)) Source #

pureMessage :: Choose l r a -> SomeMessage -> Maybe (Choose l r a) Source #

description :: Choose l r a -> String Source #

(Read (l a), Read (r a)) => Read (Choose l r a) Source # 
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readsPrec :: Int -> ReadS (Choose l r a) #

readList :: ReadS [Choose l r a] #

readPrec :: ReadPrec (Choose l r a) #

readListPrec :: ReadPrec [Choose l r a] #

(Show (l a), Show (r a)) => Show (Choose l r a) Source # 
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showsPrec :: Int -> Choose l r a -> ShowS #

show :: Choose l r a -> String #

showList :: [Choose l r a] -> ShowS #

(|||) :: l a -> r a -> Choose l r a infixr 5 Source #

The layout choice combinator

data CLR Source #

Choose the current sub-layout (left or right) in Choose.

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CL 
CR 

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Eq CLR Source # 
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(==) :: CLR -> CLR -> Bool #

(/=) :: CLR -> CLR -> Bool #

Read CLR Source # 
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Show CLR Source # 
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showsPrec :: Int -> CLR -> ShowS #

show :: CLR -> String #

showList :: [CLR] -> ShowS #

data ChangeLayout Source #

Messages to change the current layout. Also see JumpToLayout.

Constructors

FirstLayout 
NextLayout 

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Eq ChangeLayout Source # 
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Show ChangeLayout Source # 
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Message ChangeLayout Source # 
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newtype JumpToLayout Source #

A message to jump to a particular layout, specified by its description string.

The argument given to a JumpToLayout message should be the description of the layout to be selected. If you use XMonad.Hooks.DynamicLog from xmonad-contrib, this is the name of the layout displayed in your status bar. Alternatively, you can use GHCi to determine the proper name to use. For example:

$ ghci
GHCi, version 6.8.2: http://www.haskell.org/ghc/  :? for help
Loading package base ... linking ... done.
:set prompt "> "    -- don't show loaded module names
> :m +XMonad.Core   -- load the xmonad core
> :m +XMonad.Layout.Grid  -- load whatever module you want to use
> description Grid  -- find out what it's called
"Grid"

As yet another (possibly easier) alternative, you can use the XMonad.Layout.Renamed module (also in xmonad-contrib) to give custom names to your layouts, and use those.

For example, if you want to jump directly to the Full layout you can do

, ((modm .|. controlMask, xK_f), sendMessage $ JumpToLayout "Full")

Constructors

JumpToLayout String 

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Message JumpToLayout Source # 
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mirrorRect :: Rectangle -> Rectangle Source #

Mirror a rectangle.

tile Source #

Arguments

:: Rational

frac, what proportion of the screen to devote to the master area

-> Rectangle

r, the rectangle representing the screen

-> Int

nmaster, the number of windows in the master pane

-> Int

n, the total number of windows to tile

-> [Rectangle] 

Compute the positions for windows using the default two-pane tiling algorithm.

The screen is divided into two panes. All clients are then partitioned between these two panes. One pane, the master, by convention has the least number of windows in it.