|Original author(s)||Thorsten Wißmann|
|Initial release||3 October 2011|
0.7.0 / 4 February 2016
herbstluftwm (abbreviated as hlwm, from German: herbstluft "autumn air") is a manual tiling window manager for X11 display manager on Linux operating system and its derivatives. It uses Xlib and GLib system libraries, and is designed in a similar fashion to other minimalistic tiling window managers such as i3 and Musca intended to be configured manually by the user through configuration files using imperative directives. hlwm supports workspaces in which individual windows can reside. It also supports multiple displays or computer monitors. It was first released in 2011 and is now in its 0.7 version as of the latest 2016 release being maintained on GitHub.
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- herbstluftwm on GitHub
- Fedora Packages
- Herbstlufwm Tutorial
- Herbstluftwm Manual pages
- Reddit page Reddit page
- Debian Packages Debian package information
- DeviantArt galleries DeviantArt tagged images and screenshots
- Herbstluftwm wiki project wiki
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