dynamic virtual terminal manager - with my changes
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commit 7bb4a1711859c5724efa3fa6f0554737ce1542da
parent 93e0ec6cc568eece0cbedd8bf4c534fc13021f9c
Author: Marc André Tanner <mat@brain-dump.org>
Date:   Fri, 13 Mar 2015 21:42:35 +0100

Remove old README

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diff --git a/README b/README @@ -1,50 +0,0 @@ -dvtm - dynamic virtual terminal manager -======================================= - -dvtm brings dwm and it's concept of tiling window management to -the console. See http://www.brain-dump.org/projects/dvtm for -the latest version. In combination with abduco it is a lightweight -alternative to tmux and screen. - -Requirements ------------- -In order to build dvtm you will need: - - * libncurses or libncursesw for wide character support - -Installation ------------- -Edit config.mk to match your local setup (dvtm is installed into -the /usr/local namespace and links against libncursesw by default). - -Afterwards enter the following command to build and install dvtm (if -necessary as root). - - make && make install - -Running dvtm ------------- -Just run dvtm from the console, redirect stderr to a file (just in -case something goes wrong you will see it there). - - dvtm 2> log - -If you want to display a one line status bar you can create a named -pipe and pass it's name to dvtm via it's -s command line option. -Make sure that the pipe remains open until dvtm is closed, see the -included dvtm-status script as an example. - -Quickstart ----------- - -All dvtm commands are prefixed with a modifier key: CTRL+g by default -(but run time configurable via the -m command line option). MOD+c creates -a new window, MOD+{j,k} focuses the next/previous window, MOD+Enter -zooms the current window, MOD+Space cycles through layouts. - -For the rest read the manual page (MOD+?). - -Configuration -------------- -The configuration of dvtm is done by creating a custom config.h -and (re)compiling the source code.