Copyright (c) 2009 Anders Engstrom 2011 Ilya Portnov BSD3-style (see LICENSE) Ilya Portnov unstable unportable None Haskell98

Description

DEPRECATED. Use LayoutBuilder instead.

Synopsis

# Documentation

data LayoutP p l1 l2 a Source #

Data type for our layout.

Constructors

 LayoutP (Maybe a) (Maybe a) p SubBox (Maybe SubBox) (l1 a) (Maybe (l2 a))
Instances

Arguments

 :: (Read a, Eq a, LayoutClass l1 a, LayoutClass l2 a, LayoutClass l3 a, Predicate p a) => p -> SubBox The box to place the windows in -> Maybe SubBox Possibly an alternative box that is used when this layout handles all windows that are left -> l1 a The layout to use in the specified area -> LayoutP p l2 l3 a Where to send the remaining windows -> LayoutP p l1 (LayoutP p l2 l3) a The resulting layout

Use the specified layout in the described area windows that match given predicate and send the rest of the windows to the next layout in the chain. It is possible to supply an alternative area that will then be used instead, if there are no windows to send to the next layout.

Arguments

 :: (Read a, Eq a, LayoutClass l1 a, Predicate p a) => SubBox The box to place the windows in -> l1 a The layout to use in the specified area -> LayoutP p l1 Full a The resulting layout

Use the specified layout in the described area for all remaining windows.

Arguments

 :: Rational Relative X-Position with respect to the surrounding area -> Rational Relative Y-Position with respect to the surrounding area -> Rational Relative width with respect to the remaining width -> Rational Relative height with respect to the remaining height -> SubBox The resulting SubBox describing the area

Create a box with only relative measurements.

Arguments

 :: Int Absolute X-Position -> Int Absolute Y-Position -> Int Absolute width -> Int Absolute height -> SubBox The resulting SubBox describing the area

Create a box with only absolute measurements. If the values are negative, the total remaining space will be added. For sizes it will also be added for zeroes.

Predicate exists because layouts are required to be serializable, and XMonad.Util.WindowProperties is not sufficient (for example it does not allow using regular expressions).

class Predicate p w where Source #

Type class for predicates. This enables us to manage not only Windows, but any objects, for which instance Predicate is defined.

Minimal complete definition

Methods

Arguments

 :: Proxy w -> p A predicate that is always True.

Arguments

 :: p -> w -> X Bool Check if given object (window or smth else) matches that predicate
Instances
 Source # Instance detailsDefined in XMonad.Layout.LayoutBuilderP Methods

data Proxy a Source #

Contains no actual data, but is needed to help select the correct instance of Predicate

Constructors

 Proxy