[ANN] Rumai 4.1.0

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                           Rumai

         Ruby interface to the wmii window manager

            http://snk.tuxfamily.org/lib/rumai/

Rumai is a pure [Ruby] interface to the [wmii] window
manager. Its name is a portmanteau of “Ruby” and “wmii”,
which I pronounce as “vim eye”.

Version 4.1.0 (2011-03-28)

This release adds new automated client arrangements and
cleans up the code.

New features

 * Added new automated client arrangements:

      + Rumai::View#tile_left() - Horizontal mirror of the
        LarsWM arrangement.

      + Rumai::View#tile_leftward() - Imagine an equilateral
        triangle with its base on the left side of the
        screen and its peak on the right side of the screen.

      + Rumai::View#tile_rightward() - Imagine an
        equilateral triangle with its base on the right side
        of the screen and its peak on the left side of the
        screen.

      + Rumai::View#tile_inward() - Imagine two equilateral
        triangles with their bases on the left and right
        sides of the screen and their peaks meeting in the
        middle of the screen.

      + Rumai::View#tile_outward() - Imagine two equilateral
        triangles with their bases meeting in the middle of
        the screen and their peaks reaching outward to the
        left and right sides of the screen.

 * Renamed existing automated client arrangement method
   names:

      + Rumai::View#arrange_as_larswm() is now aliased to
        tile_right()

      + Rumai::View#arrange_in_diamond() is now aliased to
        tile_inward()

      + Rumai::View#arrange_in_stacks() is now aliased to
        stack()

      + Rumai::View#arrange_in_grid() is now aliased to
        grid()

Suraj K. wrote in post #989563:

Version 4.1.0 (2011-03-28)

This release adds new automated client arrangements

A few hours ago, I released version 4.1.1 which fixes bugs
in the “inward” and “outward” automated client arrangements.

Cheers.

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