Flwm is my attempt to combine the best ideas I have seen in several window managers. The primary influence and code base is from wm2 by Chris Cannam. Primary features are:
Newest changes in version 1.00:
Here is a screenshot of version 0.10 (the menu looks much nicer in
the newer desktop version). The menu is popped up in the middle (this
was done by hitting the right mouse button on the titlebar to the
To compile flwm you need the fltk library. A static-linked Linux 486 executable is also provided here.
If you have customized flwm, when compiling be sure to look at the newest config.h rather than just use an old one. There are often additional symbols defined in new versions that must exist for compilation to be correct.
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