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lakespace

1.0.8 • Public • Published

lakespace

workspace configuration manager

Supported Platforms

Currently, only Linux (and specifically Ubuntu) is supported. Future versions may support OSX, FreeBSD and Windows.

Installation

npm install lakespace

Dependencies

External tools are required to manage application windows, and the default terminal on Ubuntu (gnome-terminal). Future versions will allow this to be configured and will have defaults (cmd, iTerm) for other platforms.

### Linux ###

* gnome-terminal
* wmctrl

Usage

Create a configuration file (lakespace.toml) and run:

$ lakespace

Or for a specific configuration:

$ lakespace configuration.toml

lakespace.toml

The configuration file example is broken down into browser spaces [ws1], [ws2], etc, an [ide] configuration, and [terminal_] sections. The default browser used unless specified is 'firefox' with a default IDE 'atom'. Terminals use gnome-terminal on linux, and are not tested or supported on OSX or Windows.

The [lakespace] section must come first, and contains workspace specific settings such as the desktop the applications should be started under or moved to.

Applying desktop and offset to another section will move the current selected window to the appropriate desktop with x,y offset.

Applying resize will resize the browser, ide or terminal. These features currently only work under Linux.

The default position (0,0) is the top left, and by default the window of the application is not resized.

[lakespace]
desktop = "3"

[ws1]
browser = 'firefox'
tabs = [
    "https://github.com/toml-lang/",
    "http://localhost:8095/index.html",
    "https://lakesite.net/"
]

[ws2]
offset = "1940,50"
resize = "1800,500"
browser = 'chromium-browser'
tabs = [
    "http://news.ycombinator.com/",
    "http://lobste.rs/"
]

[ide]
editor = 'atom'
path = ''

[terminal_1]
offset = "3860,50"
resize = "1800,750"
working_directory = "/home/"
command = "ls -la"
command = "cd ~/projects/; ls -la"

install

npm i lakespace

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73

version

1.0.8

license

GPL-2.0

homepage

github.com

repository

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