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awesomerc - Configuration file for the awesome window manager
awesome looks for this configuration file in this order:
The rc.lua file contains configuration informations for awesome. It can
be used to configure the behaviour and look of awesome in a variety of
ways. It can be assimilated as a Lua program/script run at startup by
awesome. Therefore, it should use the awesome Lua API described in the
API section. This file is read at startup.
AWESOME LUA API
Documentation for the Lua API can be found in the luadoc directory.
Colors format in awesome are either standard X color names (blue,
darkblue, lightred, etc) or hexadecimal formatted colors (#rrggbb or
#rrggbbaa). By using hexadecimal format, you can also specifies an
alpha channel: that means that #00ff00 will draw pure green, but
#00ff00aa will set the alpha channel to ‘aa’ and will blend the green
with the color under it.
You can use Pango markup in text string. This allows to format the text
rendered in widgets. Pango markup documentation can be found in the
Pango documentation at
A Pango markup example: <span weight="bold"
Written by Julien Danjou <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
[FIXME: source] 09/23/2009 AWESOMERC(5)