Vicious is a modular widget library for the "awesome" window manager.
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README.md

Vicious

Vicious is a modular widget library for window managers, but mostly catering to users of the awesome window manager. It was derived from the old Wicked widget library, and has some of the old Wicked widget types, a few of them rewritten, and a good number of new ones.

Vicious widget types are a framework for creating your own widgets. Vicious contains modules that gather data about your system, and a few awesome helper functions that make it easier to register timers, suspend widgets and so on. Vicious doesn't depend on any third party Lua libraries, but may depend on additional system utilities (see widget description).

Usage

Please see our online documentation for detail instructions. It is also available under the docs directory for offline reference.

Copying

Vicious is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

Please refer to our documentation for the full list of authors.