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Build script with dbus using stack
3 projects | /r/xmonad | 5 Apr 2021
I followed the instructions on this post, which sets ~/.xmonad as a stack project. I set xmonad-log (also tried with haskell-dbus) in the stack.yml as an extra-dep However, it is not working for me.
Updating a module in xmobar
2 projects | /r/xmonad | 15 Mar 2021
As an aside, you should use the bar you're most comfortable with. Sure most people use xmobar, but the point of xmonad is that you can create your favourite computing environment :) If you prefer polybar then it's not terribly hard to get it to work with xmonad. You can either send what you want down a pipe and let polybar read from that pipe or you can use something like xmonad-dbus to let them talk via dbus.
What are some alternatives?
xmobar - A minimalistic status bar
xmonad-log - DBus monitor for xmonad log events.
credential-store - Windows and Linux credentials storage
linux_notification_center - A notification daemon/center for linux
DBus - Haskell bindings for the D-Bus API
taffybar - A gtk based status bar for tiling window managers such as XMonad
gtk-sni-tray - A StatusNotifierHost widget written using the gtk+3 bindings for haskell provided by gi-gtk.
d-bus - strongly typed dbus client library
wacom-daemon - Set of scripts to set up and customize Wacom Intuos Pro tablets
libnotify - Bindings to libnotify
hid-examples - Examples to accompany the book "Haskell in Depth"