sawfish 1:1.5.3-2ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


sawfish (1:1.5.3-2ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * Backport upstream patch to cap the maximum size of a window to 32767,
    fixing inability to resize Firefox 17 browser windows (LP: #1083260).
 -- Colin Watson <email address hidden>   Sun, 06 Jan 2013 22:41:24 +0000

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sawfish: a window manager for X11

 Sawfish is an extensible window manager using an Emacs Lisp-like scripting
 language. All window decorations are configurable, the basic idea is to
 have as much user-interface policy as possible controlled through the Lisp

sawfish-data: sawfish architecture independent data

 This package contains the architecture independent lisp compiled files
 and other data, such as theme pixmaps. It is unlikely to be of any
 use without the sawfish window manager.
 The lisp source files are in the sawfish-lisp-source package.

sawfish-dbg: sawfish debugging symbols

 This package contains the debugging symbols from the sawfish window manager.
 It is not needed for normal operation of the package.
 Install it if you need to debug problems in sawfish. You will also almost
 certainly need sawfish-lisp-source in that case.

sawfish-lisp-source: sawfish lisp files

 This package contains the lisp source files in case you want to modify,
 study or debug the behaviour of the window manager.
 It is not required for normal use of sawfish and not installing it will save
 space in small systems.