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    1 version 1.0.0 --
    2   - including modified patch from Ciprian.  This gives us sendToPrevWorkspace
    3     and sendToNextWorkspace functionality.
    4     [vanRijn]
    6   - new configuration option for followWindowOnSend--this allows bbkeys to
    7     change workspaces to the window that it just sent a window to, if the user
    8     desires...
    9     [vanRijn]
   11   - including patch from Martijn Ras (sf.net tracker 1097889) fixing underquoted
   12     definitions in configure.ac (Thanks!!!)
   13     [vanRijn]
   15   - fixing annoying behavior that we had when we were cycling through windows on
   16     all workspaces.  previously, we would change workspaces while cycling, which
   17     irritated me enough to stop it
   18     [vanRijn]
   20   - adding new configuration option that allows the user to tell us to include iconified
   21     windows in our window cycling list.  if includeIconifiedWindowsInCycle is set to
   22     true in the user's bbkeysrc (it's defaulted to true in code and sample bbkeysrc),
   23     iconified windows will show in the cycling list, surrounded with "()".  this will
   24     fix sf.net tracker #877698 (yay!).
   25     [vanRijn]
   28 version 0.9.0 --
   29   - complete rewrite!!!  =:)  See the README and NEWS files for more info.
   31   Patch: reworked matrix-style navigation, as it lacked some features (eg
   32     navigation if workspaces do not form a complete rectangle)
   33     M. Ottenbacher <m.ottenbacher at gmx de>
   35 version 0.8.6 --
   36   - pulling patch in from David Dellanave (solaris compile issues)
   37     [vanRijn]
   39   - fixing compilation issue for Mac OS X (thanks to Thomas F. Burdick!!)
   40     [vanRijn]
   42   - fixing bug in token-parsing (thanks to Adam Hooper!!!)--we now allow
   43     ")"'s in our ExecCommands.  =:)
   44     [vanRijn]
   46 version 0.8.5 --
   48   - fix recursive redhat-build bug (fixes 577135)
   49     [vanRijn]
   51   - fix a memory leak in ToolWindow::windowAttributeChange.
   52     [xOr]
   54   - remove server grabs from the Image code. They prove to not be needed (they
   55     no longer exist in the blackbox code.) And they cause the X server to lock
   56     indefinately if you run 2 bbkeys on the same display, running the second
   57     one from a terminal on the display.
   58     [xOr]
   60   - when we recieve a startup message from blackbox, clear out any leftover
   61     windows in the window list. These are caused by the fact that on shutdown
   62     of blackbox, if any windows are unmanaged after bbkeys, bbkeys doesn't get
   63     notified of their destruction and so ends up with extra windows in its list.
   64     [xOr]
   66   - fix compiling issues under solaris. Thanks to grub on irc for use of his
   67     time for testing.
   68     [xOr]
   70   - get rid of work-around for pre-0.60 blackbox, which fixes bug that let you
   71     move the toolbar around with bbkeys.
   72     [xOr]
   74   - fix window focus tracking bug. Fixes bug where you could manipulate the
   75     last focused window on a nono-visible workspace.
   76     [xOr]
   78   - fix multi-head bug in main.cc.  We now putenv("DISPLAY=...") so that
   79     applications launched will be launched on the correct display.  Thanks to
   80     Greg Gilbert for his patch!
   81     [vanRijn]
   83   - fix bug in main.cc (| rather than ||).  Thanks to Roman Neuhauser!
   84     [vanRijn]
   86   - fix bug in bbkeys.hh--increasing MaxInstructions to 100 for cthulhain
   87     [vanRijn]
   89   - fix in bbkeys.cc -- XUngrabKey changed to use same call to find what
   90     screen we're on as the XGrabKey call
   91     [vanRijn]
   93   - fix in bbkeys.cc -- doing "xterm -e sh -c $command" rather than "xterm -e
   94     $command".  Thanks to Magnus Solvang for the bug report.  Also, changing
   95     hideous char* and snprintf() to ostrstream, YAY!!
   96     [vanRijn]
   98 version 0.8.4 --
  100   - add a sanity check to the removeWindow function. Basically, blackbox tells
  101     bbkeys when a window disappears, or is removed. If the window being
  102     removed was the last window blackbox specified as having the input focus,
  103     bbkeys now resets what it thinks has the input focus. This prevents the
  104     bug reproducable by iconifying the last window on a workspace, and then
  105     trying to maximize "nothing". [xOr]
  107   - cleaning up build again.  Rather than having 200 -DDEFINE_ statements
  108     in our compile lines, we use config.h (like normal people).  =:)  This
  109     very well may break stuff, but it looks good thus far.... [vanRijn]
  111   - adding AM_MAINTAINER_MODE to stop the ever-annoying "here, let me run
  112     aclocal for you again!!" idiocy of automake and friends [vanRijn]
  114   - fixing things for multi-head displays--replacing
  115     "getScreenInfo(0)->getRootWindow()," with
  116     "getCurrentScreenInfo()->getRootWindow(),"  So yes, bbkeys now has
  117     multi-head support.  Sort of.  You need to have a separate instance of
  118     bbkeys running against each head ("bbkeys -display :1"), etc.  cat
  119     complaints >> /dev/null.... [vanRijn]
  121   - removing kludgy C command-line configurator with much-improved perl script
  122     from Damien Tougas (thanks!!!) [vanRijn]
  124   - changing bbkeys.cc to look for bbkeysconf.pl rather than bbkeysConfigC
  125     [vanRijn]
  127   - removing showAllWorkspaces from bbkeys.{bb,nobb} config file and making it
  128     an additional keybinding.  This allows two different ways of showing all
  129     open windows and navigating through them--one keybinding for the regular
  130     "NextWindow" variety (as in previous versions of bbkeys, and another
  131     keybinding, "NextWindowAllWorkspaces", that pops up the window list for
  132     navigation for windows open on all workspaces.  [vanRijn]
  134   - bugfix....  previously, bbkeys would ignore windows that had no name.  We
  135     now follow blackbox's lead (and follow blackbox's code) and create a name
  136     for it, "Unnamed".  Thanks to Damien Terrier for this bug report.
  137     [vanRijn]
  139   - patch for allowing an alternate keybinding config file (thanks to Scott
  140     Moynes!) [vanRijn]
  142   - sync with blackbox for 0.61.2--attributes element Atom has changed to now
  143     include decoration state so that ToggleDecor() works. [vanRijn]
  145   - including patch from Sergey Vlasov for allowing use of Meta and Hyper
  146     modifiers, also try to get the correct Num_Lock and Scroll_Lock modifier
  147     mask from the X server rather than hard-coded.  I've not had tons of time
  148     to play with this, though I have made sure that it works on my laptop.
  149     =:) [vanRijn]
  151   - fix for RPM-building process... install gzipped man pages by default on
  152     RPM-based systems.  Thanks to Darryll for the bug report!!  =:) [vanRijn]
  154   - removing bbkeysconf and bbkeysConfigGtk *shudder* apps from
  155     chain-launching mode.  These babies are dead and let's just move on
  156     folks....  By keeping them in there, I'm afraid people will think it's
  157     okay to use them.  It's not.  They're WAY out of date.  Also, thanks to a
  158     smarter way of handling key grabbing configuration in bbconf, we don't
  159     have to hang bbkeys while keygrabs are being configured. [vanRijn]
  161   - adding logic to bbkeys to pass configurators correct command-line
  162     arguments so we load the rc-file that our user is running bbkeys with.
  163     [vanRijn]
  165   - long-overdue documentation finessing, thanks to Roman Neuhauser for the
  166     patches and suggestions!  =:)  Also, adding CVS version id's to all source
  167     and documentation files, woot!  =:) [vanRijn]
  169   - cross-compilation patch from Bo Thorsen--moves -lX11 to LIBS [vanRijn]
  171 version 0.8.3 --
  173   - changing external app launch order--we go bbconf, bbkeysconf,
  174     bbkeysConfigGtk, rxvt, xterm... *phew*
  176   - fix in stackmenu.cc (hopefully we got it this time?) to fix segfaults
  177     on some platforms due to screwy X stuff. *shudder*
  180 version 0.8.2 --
  182   - patched for matrix-style workspace navigation, updating the 0.3.5 patch written
  183     by Markus Ottenbacher (m.ottenbacher@gmx.de) found at
  184     http://homepages.compuserve.de/meottenbacher/.  Include UpWorkspace,
  185     DownWorkspace, LeftWorkspace and RightWorkspace as WithAction() in your
  186     ~/.bbkeysrc, and enable the arrangement in rows and columns in your
  187     bbkeys.bb as well as in bbpager.bb (usually placed under
  188     /usr/local/share/bbtools/) to use this functionality.  Bill Beal <beal@tunl.duke.edu>
  190   - fixed a bug due to an improper test for next and prev (test for key
  191     release).  next and prev might just be 0, so we can't do if (next)
  192     because the correct index of the grabSet.KeyMap might be 0 for either
  193     prevwindow or nextwindow keybinding and it would fail the test and not
  194     release the keyboard and not lower the window menu.
  196   - fixed a bug for the window list popup menu--sticky window bug where
  197     sticky windows would show up twice on their originating windows but not
  198     at all on the workspace that you switched from immediately prior to
  199     switching to the window where the sticky window is "homed"...  =:)
  201   - xOr's new "showAllWorkspaces" option lets you see every window that you
  202     have on any workspace with an indicator as to what workspace that
  203     window is living on....  Very sweet code.
  205   - fix for popup window menu...  Added "always on top" code so that it
  206     stays at top of window stack and won't let blackbox hide it with any
  207     other window (as occurs when auto-raise is enabled in blackbox).
  209 version 0.8.1 --
  210   - bug fixin's--fixed annoying "un-iconify" feature when bbkeys did window
  211     cycling, thanks to halt, all else for pointing that one out....  Also,
  212     removed REPORT struct from resource.hh which only had auto_raise in it
  213     (not sure why it's been there, un-used all this time anyway)....
  215   - changed all "friend .*$" to "friend class .*$" to comply with more
  216     strict gcc versions....  Thanks to Jan Schaumann for this!
  218   - okay. stacked window cycling tweaks.  As a visual clue for the
  219     stacked-Cycling folks, we now set focus on cycled-through windows as we
  220     go, raising the window selected at the end of the cycle.  This sounds
  221     more confusing than it is.   This makes it possible to separate the new
  222     and improved cycling method from the popup menu. Oh, and hitting Escape
  223     in the middle of cycling will return focus to the window that you
  224     started from....
  226   - I've made it possible to turn off the visual menu for the new-and-improved
  227     stacked cycling method.  To do this, just put
  228     "bbkeys.menu.showCycleMenu: False" (without the quotes, duh) into your
  229     ~/.bbtools/bbkeys.bb or ~/.bbtools/bbkeys.nobb file.  This will let
  230     bbkeys still use the new method, will set focus as you cycle through the
  231     stack, but won't actually raise the window you want until you tell it
  232     to by releasing your keys or hitting <Enter>, and won't show the popup
  233     window list and cycle through the entries as you go.  Again, harder to
  234     explain than it is to use....
  236   - including README, ChangeLog, and AUTHORS in installed files list
  238   - including first man page files (W00T!!)  =:).  Thanks to Jan Schaumann,
  239     bbkeys now has man pages, baybee.  Installing now and including files
  240     in bbkeys.spec
  242 version 0.8.0 --
  243   - BIG changes!!!  w00T!!!  There's some very significant improvements in
  244     this version, and as such, I'm calling this version 0.8.0 for various
  245     reasons....
  246       1) I feel like it
  247       2) I'm thinking we're about "there", and 0.8.0 sounds like more of a
  248       non-beta product than 0.3.8
  249       3) I feel like it   =:)
  251   - xOr (see below) has done some majorly good coding with bbkeys.  He's
  252     implemented a different window-cycling scheme that's more
  253     "Windows"-like (think <alt+tab> popup window with list of things you're
  254     cycling through)...  Verrrry slick.  Umm. Did I say Verrrrry?
  256     Why, yes I did.  You are just going to have to see it to believe it.  Blackbox
  257     has just again become my favorite window manager for X, with the help
  258     xOr has given to me.  The window cycling methodology has changed, and
  259     believe me, this is a change for the better.  There's now two methods
  260     of window cycling--both use the same keybindings, so don't get yer
  261     panties tied in knots.  xOr has implemented a newer, better "old-style"
  262     window cycling, called linear cycling.  It's basically what
  263     blackbox/bbkeys has done up until this point, but with a few
  264     significant improvements.  But the really exciting new feature in this
  265     release of bbkeys is the other way--a "stacked" cycling method.  It
  266     makes much more sense than the old way.  And it's purtier, because you
  267     can see what you're window-changing to before you actually go there.
  268     And when you hit <alt+tab> (example keybinding--you can have it be
  269     whatever you want it to be), it goes back to the window you were on
  270     right before this one.
  272     It's way cool, uber-neato, and excellently implemented.  I'll expand on
  273     this more in README, so look there for more details.
  275   - xOr has also fixed a bug in LinkedList.cc (as posted to the blackbox
  276     mailing list) that affected how the windows were put into the cycling
  277     stack.
  279   - I'm considering xOr a co-developer now (as long as he has the time and
  280     desire, of course), but we've a project available on sourceforge.net at
  281     http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=32563 .  Of course, this means
  282     that all the usual sourceforge advantages are there, like CVS access,
  283     etc.  The project is bbconf.sourceforge.net for the time being, so
  284     CVS access looks like this:
  286     cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.bbconf.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/bbconf login
  287     <hit enter for password>
  288     cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.bbconf.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/bbconf co bbkeys
  290     I've imported the bbkeys tree (0.8.0 will be pulled directly from it),
  291     and I've also imported a bbconf module.  bbconf will be the new
  292     all-in-one blackbox configuration utility (if I get some help).  =:)
  293     To get read-only access to it, do this...
  295     cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.bbconf.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/bbconf login
  296     <hit enter for password>
  297     cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.bbconf.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/bbconf co bbconf
  299   - adding ToggleDecor as an option to toggle ummmm, window decor.... (duh).
  300     *** BIG HONKING NOTE ***
  301     This doesn't currently work.  =:\  The code is in bbkeys, but can't
  302     actually do anything until blackbox is changed to tell us what the
  303     decorated state of the window is.  Hopefully this will be included in
  304     blackbox soon....
  306   - changing order of configurator launch again, thanks to a bug report
  307     from David Lawrence Ramsey (I had " black" instead of "black")--so we
  308     now try rxvt before xterm, and rxvt should actually work now....
  310   - hopefully fixing strcasecmp issue for AIX boxen--it's in strings.h
  311     instead of string.h.  Adding check for strings.h....  PLEASE let me
  312     know if this doesn't actually fix anything.  I'd like to put this guy
  313     to bed....
  315   - Applying patches from Ben Jansens <xor at x-o-r dot net>.  His comments
  316     are below....
  318       I've removed all the functionality from the wminterface class that bbkeys
  319       does not use, and reorganised the header files for wminterface and bbkeys,
  320       adding comments for all of the class members.  With this patch, bbkeys not
  321       longer calls the blackbox cycling routines, but maintains its own list of
  322       windows, and cycles them itself. One thing to note is that the cycling does
  323       not occur in the same order as the buttons on the toolbar cycle. I personally
  324       dont think this will be a big issue, and i think the new way is nicer. When a
  325       new window opens, its added to the list right *after* the focused window,
  326       so that hitting PrevWindow would take you back to the window that was
  327       previously focused.
  329     ....
  331     * VERY nice work, Ben.  Thanks for your work! *
  333   - Bug squashing and fixing galore...  Thanks again to Ben for pointing
  334     these out.  The issue was that we were doing stuff to windows without
  335     making sure the window wasn't our root window.  Doh!  So now we make
  336     sure 1) we have a focus_window and 2) that focus_window isn't
  337     PointerRoot.  Hopefully that will do the trick....
  343 version 0.3.6 --
  344   - Fixed slight bug in font-loading for label.font and frame.font.  As
  345 		things were, we only looked for TitleFont (a bbtools-specific directive
  346 		which most probably isn't in most style files), a bbkeys-specific font
  347 		directive (which was less likely to be found).  I added to the search
  348 		criteria toolbar.font, which for sure will be in every
  349 		toolbox/bbconf-generated style file and is most probably in every other
  350 		style file as well.  Long story short, fonts should now load according
  351 		to the individual style used, rather than relying so heavily on
  352 		helvetica....
  353 	- applied patch submitted from MrFab (Scott Garner for the irc-challenged)
  354 		to manipulate window placement via keypress!!!  VERY clean and nice
  355 		work, MrFab!!  And useful, to boot!  =:)
  356 	- reworked and applied patch from Alex (dicerandom @ earthlink dot net)
  357 		for keystroke-resizing of focused windows.  Very nice work, Alex!
  358 		Thanks!!  =:)
  359 	- reworked fork() section for configurator launch--based on Kyle
  360 		Donaldson's idea....  We now try bbkeysconf, bbkeysConfigGtk, xterm,
  361 		rxvt--in that order...  Thanks Kyle!
  362 	- new and improved bbkeysConfigC--better functioning, disclaimer added
  363 		since we trounce on whatever was in ~/.bbkeysrc, added printout of all
  364 		available keygrabs now....
  366 version 0.3.5 --
  367   - Doh!!  In the midst of the glorious bug-squashing that 0.3.4 offered, I
  368 		introduced a new bug (just to see if anybody actually uses my code,
  369 		erm, or something).  =:)  I was getting rid of all the strdups that I
  370 		could and in the process forgot to replace it with a working solution
  371 		for the ExecCommand part of bbkeys's functionality.
  373 version 0.3.4 --
  374   - updated Image.cc, Image.hh, BaseDisplay.hh to newest (0.61.0) blackbox
  375 	  files to correct bug that reared its ugly little head when running on
  376 		SPARC boxen Ultra 5 (Bus Error).  Thanks to Tibor Simko for reporting
  377 		this one....
  378 	- many bug fixes and killing of leaks =:)  thanks to memprof and X
  379 		man-page reading (shudder).  I found quite a few memory leaks (some
  380 		that bbkeys inherited from the XEmacs code) and discovered some
  381 		undocumented features that may not qualify as leaks, but the net result
  382 		was that bbkeys could chew up RAM far more than he should.  So, the end
  383 		result is that bbkeys now has far fewer memory problems.  I'm pretty
  384 		sure that there are more buglets to be found, but that's for when I get
  385 		bored again, I guess.  =:)  Thanks to Sean 'Shaleh' Perry for this
  386 		buglet report (and others too).  =:)
  387 	- updated bbkeysconf--couple of fixes for compiling on solaris....
  388 	  - added -lX11 to the link line (should be there anyway)
  389 		- changed a QString.left to a QString.at function call
  390 		- thanks to Bo Thorsen for these buglet-reports!  =:)
  392 version 0.3.3 --
  393   - changes and updates (thanks to nyz for the help!!!) to change the
  394 	  communication Atoms between blackbox-0.60.1 and bbkeys (READ: YOU MUST
  397 version 0.3.2 --
  398   - Weehee!!  Get along, little doggie!!  Or something....  Thanks to the
  399     man, the myth, the legend, the zzzeek-meister, one of those irritating
  400     little problems that I've never had enough interest in fixing has been
  401     fixed!!  You know the one--where you're going merrily along through your
  402     day, using bbkeys happily, when all of a sudden, things appear to have
  403     just stopped working altogether.  And then you start cursing that
  404     darned bbkeys author, and in general, have a horrid day thereafter.  Well
  405     fear no more, little pilgrim--that "feature" has been hunted down and
  406     wrestled to the ground, thanks to zzzeek (classic@io.com).  The 'feature'
  407     was one that I was never worried about--since it followed blackbox's
  408     'feature' that did exactly the same thing.  What thing is that?  Why,
  409     I'm so glad you asked.  If you hadn't noticed before, if you have your
  410     CapsLock, NumLock, or ShiftLock pressed (or any other funky modifier
  411     key pressed), bbkeys stopped performing your key-grabs.
  413     Well, anywho, I've rambled enough.  I'm going to have bbkeys by default
  414     work with any modifiers now.  If you want bbkeys to work the way it does
  415     now and stop grabbing keys when you have Caps/Num/ShiftLock pressed,
  416     you'll have to change this line to True in your bbkeys config file
  417     ($HOME/bbtools/bbkeys.bb, not ~/.bbkeysrc):
  419     bbkeys.honorModifiers:        False
  422 version 0.3.1 --
  423   - *sigh* My next release is going to not even have a UI.  =:)  Okay, for
  424     those in this world who run blackbox on a 12" monitor (*cough* talmage
  425     *cough*), or refuse to upgrade because -miniMe is toooooo big (*cough*
  426     luqin *cough), =:)  bbkeys now has a new run-time switch "-tinyMe" which
  427     will cause bbkeys to draw itself at the old 0.2.7 size.
  430 version 0.3.0 --
  431   - buglet fix in MakeWindow so we don't XMapWindow every time (thanks nyz!)
  432   - alrighty then, the -miniMe controversy continues.  kns mentioned an idea
  433     for a new miniMe look and I like it.  _I_ may even use -miniMe now.
  434     =:)  Here's the thing, I really don't care at all about -miniMe, since
  435     I use him at full-size.  If somebody wants to code for this to be a
  436     configurable option (bbkeys.keyhole.size or bbkeys.keyhole.width, etc.),
  437     I'll be more than happy to look at it.
  440 version 0.2.8 --
  441   - included new Image classes from the latest blackbox source so luqin's
  442     and r00tv's styles work.  =:)  Oh, it'll help other people too, but
  443     they pested me first.
  444   - added Workspace9, 10, 11, and 12 to keygrabs and configurator
  447 version 0.2.7 --
  449   - added MaximizeVertical and MaximizeHorizontal key-grabbability.  Don't
  450     know why it didn't occur to me earlier.  =:)  nyz did all the hard work
  451     4 releases ago.
  453   - As of this release of bbkeys, I'm no longer going to support the gtk
  454     configurator (unless I get a WHOLE lot of of input to the contrary).
  455     I've re-written the gui configurator in qt (thanks to luqin for the
  456     beginnings of this) and let me tell you, it is a WHOLE lot easier to
  457     work with qt2 than gtk.  Much, much cleaner.  You doubt?
  459           (gideon@judea)[bbkeysConfigGtk/src]-% wc -l *.{c,h}
  460               538 bbkeysConfig.c
  461               689 bbkeysConfigSig.c
  462               158 support.c
  463                 7 bbkeysConfig.h
  464               139 bbkeysConfigSig.h
  465                57 support.h
  466              1588 total
  468           (gideon@judea)[bbkeys-0.2.7/bbkeysconf-1.1]-% wc -l *.{cc,hh}
  469               593 gui.cc
  470                24 main.cc
  471                27 myapplication.cc
  472                67 gui.hh
  473                23 myapplication.hh
  474               734 total
  476     734 lines of code versus 1588 makes me a happy, happy SE.  =:)
  478   - So, I'm pulling out the bbkeysConfigGtk directory from the bbkeys source
  479     tarball and in its place is bbkeysconf.  I'll also be regulaly
  480     posting rpms of both bbkeys and bbkeysconf as new releases rear their
  481     ugly little heads, as well as one last RPM of bbkeysConfigGtk as well
  482     as the tarball for bbkeysConfigGtk if anybody just HAS to have the gtk
  483     version.  =:)
  485   - As a result of this, the -no[gtk] for bbkeys will change to -no[qt].
  487   - Slight buglet fix for bbkeys when he's in iconic mode to properly set
  488     WM_ICON_NAME (Thanks to Mats Jonson for the bug-report.  =:) ) so bbkeys
  489     shows up as bbkeys and not "Unnamed" in blackbox's Icon list.
  493 version 0.2.6 --
  494   - Weehee!!!  Much bug-squashing release!!!
  495   - added ability for bbkeys to minimize itself (right-click on bbkeys's
  496     "close" button).  This should satisfy those of us who would like to not
  497     see the beautiful little application I wrote and just use it.  *sniff*  =:)
  498   - added "-iconic" switch, so bbkeys can be launched in minimized mode.
  499     Again, *sniff*  Nobody likes my pretty window.  =:)
  500   - fixed a few undocumented features...
  501     -- bbkeys queued up all keystroke combos while external gooey configurator
  502        was running and then did then all at once, really quick-like when you
  503        came back from the configurator.  This tended to annoy my users.  =:)
  504     -- bbkeys wasn't releasing grabbed keys before it launched the
  505        configurator, so the configurator wasn't receiving any of the previously
  506        grabbed keys. XSync(False) does wonders.  =:)
  507   - updated bbkeysConfigGtk to allow configuration of ExecCommand directives.
  510 version 0.2.5 --
  511   - erm.  forgot to write in this for a while. =:)
  512   - took out timer implementation for ~/.bbkeysrc changing -- this should fix
  513     the abnormally high CPU/MEM usage that bbkeys has shown -- and replaced it
  514     with a virtual function call to CheckConfig out of BaseDisplay.cc.
  515   - thought about changing the configurators, then changed my mind.  =:\
  518 version 0.2.3 --
  519   - fix for bbkeys not pickup up anything for its frame color/texture
  520     (thanks to luqin for the patch. =:) )
  523 version 0.2.2 --
  524   - added ExecCommand feature so users can define programs to execute with
  525     a given keystroke. Syntax is as follows:
  527     KeyToGrab(F1), WithModifier(Mod1), WithAction(ExecCommand), DoThis(PROGRAM)
  529     where PROGRAM is whatever you want to launch.  PROGRAM must be in your PATH
  530     if it is not given with a path. (duh) =:)
  532   - improved the logic (hopefully) surrounding resource loading.  Took
  533     loadKeygrabs out of reconfigure() (which gets hit on every Expose event)
  534     which should improve bbkeys's performance.  Also, apparently I've never
  535     put in the code that I thought I did which checks ~/.bbkeysrc for changes.
  536     That should work correctly now.
  540 version 0.2.1 --
  541   - fixed several style issues.
  543   - fixed the bug with having two "-n" switches. =:)  now, "-no[gtk]" is the
  544     way to tell bbkeys to launch the xterm-based conflagurator
  546   - re-coded bbkeys' internals (made them much more intuitive and easy to read).
  547     bbkeys uses 3 basic objects: Window's, GEOM(etry objects), and Pixmap
  548     objects. The Windows are physical units of space that X communicates with.
  549     The GEOM objects are pretty self-explanatory, x, y, height, width.  And
  550     the Pixmap objects contain the image that is mapped onto the window itself.
  551     It goes like this:
  552     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  553     Windows:      GEOMs:         Pixmaps:           resource->objects and what
  554                                                 resources bbkeys uses for them
  555     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  556     win_title     geom_title     pix_title             label.texture
  557                                                           window.label.focus
  558     win_back      geom_back      pix_back              frame.texture
  559                                                           window.title.focus
  560     win_closeBtn  geom_closeBtn  pix_closeBtn          button.texture
  561                                                           window.button.focus
  562     win_configBtn geom_configBtn pix_configBtn         button.texture
  563                                                           window.button.focus
  564                                  pix_pressedBtn        button.texture_pressed
  565                                                           window.button.pressed
  566     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  568   - fixed style files in data/ (silly me, I forgot to change them over from
  569     bbpager's style files. )  Extra-special thanks to sourceo for pointing
  570     this little bit to me and reminding me to put it in the ChangeLog =:)
  573 version 0.2.0 --
  574   - got rid of all the old bbws code base from bbkeys and ported the whole
  575     darned thing to kns's bbpager-0.2.5-alpha code base.
  578 version 0.1.4 --
  580   - added "-mini-Me" switch =:) for those people *cough* sissies *cough* who
  581     complain about bbkeys' size.  So size DOES matter.... erm, anyway, if
  582     launched with the "-mini-Me" option, bbkeys will draw a cute little window
  583     10x10 in size (or whatever I feel like, dangit) containing just the button
  584     to launch the configurator, instead of the regular, full-blown window.  No
  585     exit button for YOU!  =:)  Let me know if this doesn't suit you....
  587   - improved documentation of sorts.  Ugly habit, this documentation stuff. If
  588     you look in README, you'll now see all of the commands that bbkeys will
  589     think about obeying. If it feels like it.  And if you ask really, really
  590     nicely.