Author: Christoph Lohmann <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2011 11:35:59 +0200
Adding my notice.
3 files changed, 9 insertions(+), 30 deletions(-)
diff --git a/README b/README
@@ -1,29 +0,0 @@
-This is xzoom 0.3.
-I got a few letters from people who tried xzoom-0.1.
-I want to thank all these people for the responses.
-Some people have requested to add features. Some
-also suggested their own contribution.
-I am sory that I could not satisfy all. I will try
-to do so in the next releases.
-What's changed since release 0.1:
-Mainly I added command line options. With these
-you can start xzoom and focus at any point in the screen
-and at any magnification which you want. Look at the
-man page for details.
-A second thing that you might have noticed is a memory
-leak in 0.1 (funny, I did not get any mail about it).
-As I finally found, the leak was due to some X events queing
-up and not discarded. Finally I found the documentation
-for XSHM in the X11R6 CDROM (disk 2, file
-distrib/xc/doc/specs/Xext/mit-shm.ms). The MS macros
-came from the BSD cdrom and with that help I could
-find the bug and fix it.
-Plese send comments, requests, suggestions to
diff --git a/README.orig b/README.orig
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+This is a modified xzoom, I found on an ftp server. For flexibility
+reasons some features of the modern tiling mode are missing.
+2011 (c) Christoph Lohmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
diff --git a/xzoom.man b/xzoom.man
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ xzoom \- magnify part of the screen, with fast updates
[ \-display \fIdisplayname\fP ] [ \-mag \fImag\fP [ \fImag\fP ] ]
[ \-x ] [ \-y ] [ \-xy ]
-[ \-geometry \fIgeometry\fP ] [ \-source \fIgeometry\fP ]
+[ \-geometry \fIgeometry\fP ] [ \-source \fIgeometry\fP ] [ \-dock ]
@@ -38,6 +38,9 @@ Size and position the initial source area which is magnified.
The dimensions of this area are multiplied by the magnification to
get the size of \fBxzoom\fR's window. If these dimensions are given
separately (by use of \-geometry ) then an error is reported.
+Enable docking mode in the window manager.