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commit facb144e30ba6345dfb42a8af98117c827047998
parent 732950b5adf270c7e2b8a58bcff4acccccc0deb6
Author: joten <joten@freenet.de>
Date:   Fri, 11 Jun 2010 17:12:43 +0200

had to correct some links and formatting in 'keymodes' patch
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Mdwm.suckless.org/patches/keymodes.md | 8+++-----
1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/dwm.suckless.org/patches/keymodes.md b/dwm.suckless.org/patches/keymodes.md @@ -12,16 +12,16 @@ With key modes you can use any key binding for window management without risking There are two different patches: * keymodes: the minimal patch - * vim-keymodes: This patch tries to emulate the key bindings of Vim. Therefor it includes additional functions, which depend on the [flextile patch](../flextile). + * vim-keymodes: This patch tries to emulate the key bindings of Vim. Therefor it includes additional functions, which depend on the [flextile patch](./flextile). ## Configuration ## - (1) Download the favoured patch and apply it according to the [general instructions](.). If you choose vim-keymodes you will have to apply the flextile patch first. + (1) Download the favoured patch and apply it according to the [general instructions](.). If you choose vim-keymodes you will have to apply the [flextile patch](./flextile) first. (2) Transfer the changes made by the patch in 'config.def.h' to your 'config.h', if needed; please see the patch file for details. - (3) Verify the following lines in the aforementioned arrays: + (3) Verify the following lines in the aforementioned arrays. The entries in the `cmdkeys` array are defined like those in the original `keys` array of dwm and take precedence over the key bindings defined in the `commands` array. The modifier and keysym definitions in the `commands` array are themselves arrays with four entries, whereas the first entry in the modifier array corresponds to the first entry in the keysym array and so forth. static Key keys[] = { /* modifier key function argument */ @@ -38,8 +38,6 @@ There are two different patches: ... }; - The entries in the `cmdkeys` array are defined like those in the original `keys` array of dwm and take precedence over the key bindings defined in the `commands` array. The modifier and keysym definitions in the `commands` array are themselves arrays with four entries, whereas the first entry in the modifier array corresponds to the first entry in the keysym array and so forth. - ## Usage ##