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window-commander

Description
Simply execute commands on windows
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Maintainer
Daniel Semyonov <daniel@dsemy.com>
Website
https://dsemy.com/projects/window-commander
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window-commander

To install this package from Emacs, use package-install or list-packages.

Full description

Window Commander provides a minor mode for switching to windows or
performing actions on them using IDs assigned to them automatically.

Usage:

Enable `wincom-mode':

(wincom-mode)

For use-package users:

(use-package window-commander
  :config
  (wincom-mode))

When `wincom-mode' is active:
- A window ID is displayed using a mode line lighter and/or a display
  function (see `wincom-display-lighter').
- Window IDs are assigned to all windows on all frames except for
  the minibuffer (by default, see `wincom-scope').
- `other-window' (C-x o by default) is remapped to `wincom-select'.

C-x o ID    switches focus to the window which corresponds to ID.

C-x o 0 ID  deletes the window which corresponds to ID.

C-x o 1 ID  makes the window which corresponds to ID the sole
            window of its frame.

C-x o 2 ID  splits the window which corresponds to ID from below.

C-x o 3 ID  splits the window which corresponds to ID from the right.

C-x o 4 ID  displays the buffer of the next command in the window
            which corresponds to ID.

C-x o t ID  swaps the states of the current window and the window
            which corresponds to ID.

C-x o m     switches focus to the minibuffer if it's active.

C-x o r     switches focus to the most recently used window.

More commands can be added through `wincom-command-map':

(define-key wincom-command-map (kbd "z") #'my-command)

You can customize Window Commander further using the customize interface:

M-x customize-group RET window-commander RET

For more information see info node `(window-commander)'.

Old versions

window-commander-3.0.2.0.20240311.140031.tar.lz2024-Mar-1113.4 KiB
window-commander-3.0.2.0.20240212.12958.tar.lz2024-Feb-1213.2 KiB
window-commander-3.0.2.0.20231211.140728.tar.lz2023-Dec-1113.2 KiB
window-commander-3.0.2.0.20231209.143117.tar.lz2023-Dec-0913.0 KiB
window-commander-3.0.2.0.20230630.142949.tar.lz2023-Jun-3012.8 KiB
window-commander-3.0.1.0.20230629.160206.tar.lz2023-Jun-2912.8 KiB
window-commander-3.0.0.20230628.182959.tar.lz2023-Jun-2912.8 KiB

News

Window Commander NEWS -- history of user-visible changes. -*- mode: emacs-news -*-
See the end of the file for an explanation of the versioning scheme.

* 3.0.3 (wip)

** Add support for software keyboards which use 'text-conversion'.
Full functionality should now be available using software keyboards on
Android (if they have modifier keys).
** Add minor mode menu for window commands.
** Add command for selecting the most recently used window.
** Fix window selection when less than 'wincom-minimum' windows are tracked.
** Remove legacy display function support which was left in by accident.
Setting 'wincom-display-lighter' to a function is now equivalent to
setting it to any other non-nil value.

* 3.0.2

** Fix info manual.

* 3.0.1

** Fix ELPA build.

* 3.0

** Rename to Window Commander.
** Remove functions and vars obsoleted in version 2.x.
** Accept a ':minibuffer' keyword argument for 'wincom-define-window-command'
instead of using a positional argument.

* 2.3

** Rework window commands
A new macro has been added ('swsw-define-window-command') which
greatly simplifies the creation of window commands; existing commands
now use it and 5 new window commands have been added:
'swsw-delete-other', 'swsw-split-window-below' and
'swsw-split-window-right', which correspond to the built-in commands,
'swsw-selected-window-prefix', which displays the buffer of the next
command in the selected window (Emacs 28+), and 'swsw-swap' which
swaps the state of the current window and the selected window.

* 2.2

** Rework display functions
'swsw-display-function' has been replaced by 'swsw-display-lighter',
display functions should now be added to 'swsw-mode-hook'.
For backwards compatibility, 'swsw-display-function' has been
redefined as an obsolete alias of 'swsw-display-lighter', and
'swsw-mode' currently still handles cases where the value of
'swsw-display-lighter' is a function.
Display functions which are added to 'swsw-mode-hook' shouldn't
require any arguments.

* 2.1.1

** Indicate that some functions are for interactive use only.

* 2.1

** Bump required Emacs version to 27.1.

** Update window information when switching frames.
This fixes several issues when 'swsw-scope' isn't set to t.

** Make 'swsw-select' and 'swsw-delete' respect 'swsw-scope'.
Previously, 'swsw-select' and 'swsw-delete' would not select/delete
the only other window if it was on a different frame and 'swsw-scope'
allowed tracking it.

** Remap 'other-window' to 'swsw-select' when 'swsw-mode' is active.
By default this changes nothing since the default binding for
'other-window' is 'C-x o'.
This change has been made to add (simple) out-of-the-box compatibility
with alternative key binding sets or different Emacs distributions
(provided they bind 'other-window').

* 2.0.2

** No user visible changes.

* 2.0.1

** Add a link to the info node in the customization buffer.

** Add version information to customizable variables.

** Fix 'swsw-delete' when the only other tracked window is the minibuffer.

* 2.0

** Add support for custom window management commands.
Binding a command to a key in 'swsw-command-map' allows you to call that
command instead of selecting an ID.
Currently three such commands are defined: 'swsw-select' (o),
'swsw-select-minibuffer' (m), 'swsw-delete' (0).

** Breaking changes

*** 'swsw-minibuffer-id' is no longer defined or used anywhere, instead
providing the same functionality through 'swsw-select-minibuffer'.

*** 'swsw-select' no longer accepts a window ID as an optional argument.

* 1.1.2

** Apply customization options immediately.
Customizing 'swsw-id-chars' and 'swsw-scope' and applying those changes now
causes all window IDs to update.

** Construct IDs without pre-computing all possible IDs.
This should hopefully help performance when dealing with a very large
number of windows.

** Fix the calculation of the ID length.
Previously the ID length reported was much bigger than it needed to
be.

** Prevent setting the minibuffer ID to a character which can be used to
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