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9wm is an open source stacking window manager for X11, written by David Hogan (dhog) in 1994 to emulate the Plan 9 SecondEdition window manager, 8½. Many later minimalist window managers forX were either inspired by, or directly derived from, 9wm. 9wm takes only 0.4 MB in RAM. The README file in the 9wm source distribution describes it like so: 9wm is an X window manager which attempts to emulate 9wm has an undocumented -nostalgia option, for a Blit cursor, which John Mackin insisted on.

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  • 9wm ist ein Open-Source-Fenstermanager für X11, der 1994 von David Hogan geschrieben wurde, um den Fenstermanager von Plan 9 Second Edition, 8½ zu emulieren. Viele spätere minimalistische Fenstermanager für X wurden durch 9wm inspiriert oder direkt davon abgeleitet. Die Readme-Datei in der 9wm Quellcode-Distribution beschreibt es so: – 9wm hat eine undokumentierte -nostalgia Option für einen Blit-Cursor, auf den John Mackin bestand.
  • 9wm is an open source stacking window manager for X11, written by David Hogan (dhog) in 1994 to emulate the Plan 9 SecondEdition window manager, 8½. Many later minimalist window managers forX were either inspired by, or directly derived from, 9wm. 9wm takes only 0.4 MB in RAM. The README file in the 9wm source distribution describes it like so: 9wm is an X window manager which attempts to emulate 9wm has an undocumented -nostalgia option, for a Blit cursor, which John Mackin insisted on.
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  • 9wm ist ein Open-Source-Fenstermanager für X11, der 1994 von David Hogan geschrieben wurde, um den Fenstermanager von Plan 9 Second Edition, 8½ zu emulieren. Viele spätere minimalistische Fenstermanager für X wurden durch 9wm inspiriert oder direkt davon abgeleitet. Die Readme-Datei in der 9wm Quellcode-Distribution beschreibt es so: „9wm is an X window manager which attempts to emulate the Plan 9 window manager 8-1/2 as far as possible within the constraints imposed by X. It provides a simple yet comfortable user interface, without garish decorations or title-bars. Or icons. And it's click-to-type. This will not appeal to everybody, but if you're not put off yet then read on. (And don't knock it until you've tried it).“ „9wm ist ein X-Fenstermanager, der versucht, den Plan 9-Fenstermanager 8-1/2 so weit wie möglich zu emulieren, innerhalb der Beschränkungen, die von X vorgegeben sind. Er liefert eine einfache, aber komfortable Schnittstelle ohne aufgeputzte Dekorationen und Titelleisten. Oder Icons. Und er ist „click-to-type“. Das wird nicht jedem gefallen, aber wenn Sie sich davon nicht abschrecken lassen, dann lesen sie weiter. (Und machen sie ihn nicht runter, bevor sie ihn nicht probiert haben.)“ – 9wm hat eine undokumentierte -nostalgia Option für einen Blit-Cursor, auf den John Mackin bestand.
  • 9wm is an open source stacking window manager for X11, written by David Hogan (dhog) in 1994 to emulate the Plan 9 SecondEdition window manager, 8½. Many later minimalist window managers forX were either inspired by, or directly derived from, 9wm. 9wm takes only 0.4 MB in RAM. The README file in the 9wm source distribution describes it like so: 9wm is an X window manager which attempts to emulate the Plan 9 window manager 8½ as far as possible within theconstraints imposed by X. It provides a simple yet comfortable userinterface, without garish decorations or title-bars. Or icons. And it'sclick-to-type. This will not appeal to everybody, but if you're notput off yet then read on. (And don't knock it until you've tried it). 9wm has an undocumented -nostalgia option, for a Blit cursor, which John Mackin insisted on.
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