The Interface Window Manager uses Objective C and the GNUstep libraries to provide strictly minimal functionality, with all additional features in bundles called IWMComponents. It uses the GNUstep defaults database for user settings such as mouse button configuration, key bindings, and initial color settings, and is optimized for use in a strictly GNUstep environment.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNUstep Window Manager|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Various bugfixes and improvements in EWMH compliance are included with this release.
Release Notes: New features in this version include a new theme format, the beginnings of WM-level bundle loading, and bugfixes. The previous theme format is now invalid and an upgrade is necessary.