I just released ruby-wmii 0.3.1. If you didn't know it, it's a Ruby script
plus associated plugins to control the wmii window manager.
The most important (and heaviest) change in 0.3.1 is the inclusion
of the bookmark manager I wrote about earlier.
It can import and sync your bookmarks against del.icio.us, is keypress by
keypress the most efficient bookmark manager out there, and allows complex
queries. It supports regular expressions on both titles and URLs, progressive
refining, temporal expressions...
For instance, you can open all the articles with the redhanded tag, including 'wmii' in either the title or the URL, bookmarked/visited
in the last 2 months with
:redhanded wmii ~d <2m
If you already had ruby-wmii installed, you can enable the bookmark manager by
adding something like this to your ~/.wmii-3/wmiirc-config.rb:
from"standard"douse_binding"bookmark"# , "MODKEY-Shift-b" # uncomment and change touse_binding"bookmark-open"# , "MODKEY-b" # override the default keysendplugin_config["standard:bookmark"]["del.icio.us-user"]='myusername'plugin_config["standard:bookmark"]["del.icio.us-password"]='mypass'
I've also added recently an experimental binding to move across the view
history, using MODKEY-plus (forward) and MODKEY-minus (backwards) by default.
I've been using it for a few days and it seems to complement MODKEY-r (move
to previous view, cycles over the last 2 views) nicely. Here's the incantation: