|author||Rob Adams <email@example.com>||2004-01-02 21:51:52 +0000|
|committer||Rob Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2004-01-02 21:51:52 +0000|
Update reference to EWMH.
2003-01-02 Rob Adams <email@example.com> * README: Update reference to EWMH. * HACKING: Add a reference to COMPLIANCE and to the ICCCM and EWHM.
Diffstat (limited to 'README')
1 files changed, 7 insertions, 8 deletions
@@ -39,9 +39,9 @@ See the HACKING file for some notes on hacking Metacity.
-Not that metacity is huge (<400K binary last I checked), but about
-half of that is in the preferences handling, in static strings that
-aren't essential, and in the theme engine.
+Not that metacity is huge, but a substantial amount of code is in
+preferences handling, in static strings that aren't essential, and in
+the theme engine.
You can strip about 70K from the metacity binary by compiling with
options such as:
@@ -187,11 +187,10 @@ METACITY FEATURES
be respawned. It theoretically restores sizes/positions/workspace
for session-aware applications.
- - Metacity implements much of the new window manager spec from
- (http://www.freedesktop.org/standards/wm-spec.html), and much of
- the ICCCM. But then there are parts of each that it doesn't
- implement, just because I haven't yet.
+ - Metacity implements much of the EWMH window manager specification
+ from freedesktop.org, as well as the older ICCCM. Please refer to
+ the COMPLIANCE file for information on metacity compliance with
+ these standards.
- Uses Pango to render text, so has cool i18n capabilities.
Supports UTF-8 window titles and such.