bspwm

bspwm

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About bspwm

A tiling window manager based on binary space partitioning

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Pros of bspwm

Very lightweight
Very flexible
Based on binary space partitioning
Open source
Drag&drop / Mouse support for resize/move
Simple
adheres to the UNIX philosophy
Simple interface
Adherent to the Linux philosophy: Do one thing and do it right
Live configuration updates
Easily scriptable / modular
Comes without a compositor
Native gaps
Has basic ewmh implementation

Cons of bspwm

Poorly documented
Lack of layouts
Lacks transparency support