Re: sawfish has lost a window.

Teika Kazura said:     (by the date of Sat, 23 Oct 2010 16:27:26 +0900 (JST))

> Janek, isn't it overflow from X's 16-bit coordinates?

rather not. I have reduced the number of my vievports in order to not
exceed the 16bit boundary.

Jeremy Hankins said:     (by the date of Sun, 24 Oct 2010 09:27:41 -0500)

> Janek Kozicki <janek_listy wp pl> writes:
> > And we have time to debug it.
> Do you still have time?

yes, plenty.

> > When X starts, I have following line in my rox autorun script:
> >
> >   xterm -geom 95x15+3520+685 -fg gray -bg black -T last -e watch -n25 "last |
> >   grep -v -e \"janek *pts/[0-9]* *:0.0\"" &
> >
> > It shows me last logins, except for me logging to X. The window is
> > titled "last", due to `-T last` argument.
> Does:
> (get-window-by-name "last")

janek atak:~$ sawfish-client 
sawfish, Copyright (C) 1999-2000 John Harper
sawfish comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details see the file COPYING

Enter `,help' to list commands.
user> (get-window-by-name "last")

> Give you anything, from sawfish-client?  That should retrieve the window
> if sawfish is managing it (even if it doesn't show up in the windows
> menu).  If it does return a window you could try:
> (display-window (get-window-by-name "last"))
> >         0x3000024 "last": ("xterm" "XTerm")  574x199+2+18  +-22078+703

user> (display-window (get-window-by-name "last"))

> Does the location change as you change viewports?  I presume that that's
> what the "+2+18" is.

so it seems that sawfish for some reason stopped managing it.
> > I don't know what else should I/can I do.
> >
> > The goal is to eliminate this behaviour in sawfish ;-)
> Yes... :P

I rarely restart my workstation, so we can have even few months to
track that down. Given that my GPU won't screw up (which happens roughly
every six months of uptime).

Janek Kozicki                       |

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