I resurrected an abandoned tiling window manager

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  • pytyle1x

    Tiling manager which runs on top of EWMH-compliant window managers.

    PyTyle is a tiling manager for Linux meant to be used on top of other window managers. This project was abandoned by its creator 11 years ago. I spent the last month adjusting it for Python 3, fixing bugs, writing documentation and optimizing. I've just started adding new features requested by users.

  • qtile

    :cookie: A full-featured, hackable tiling window manager written and configured in Python (X11 + Wayland)

    You could use this on top of Qtile, which is written in python.

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