ports/62486: [NEW PORT] x11-wm/ion-2: Ion is a tiling tabbed window manager designed with keyboard users in mind.
adamw at FreeBSD.org
Mon Mar 22 15:31:53 UTC 2004
>> (03.22.2004 @ 0314 PST): Anthony Ginepro said, in 0.7K: <<
> It has taken 2 years until ion2 became stable. Hence I don't think ion4 will
> appear soon.
> My wish would be to have ion-2-20040207.tar.gz as x11-wm/ion,
> and ion-3ds-20040316-1.tar.gz, ion-3ds-200ymmdd.tar.gz as x11-wm/ion-devel.
> When ion-3 become stable, it will be x11-wm/ion, ion-4 as ion-devel and so on.
>> end of "Re: ports/62486: [NEW PORT] x11-wm/ion-2: Ion is a tiling tabbed window manager designed with keyboard users in mind." from Anthony Ginepro <<
I'm inclined to agree with this. If ion-2 is considered the stable ion,
there's no reason to keep ion-1 around.
And besides, given the people who will prefer ion as their wm, if they
are insistent upon ion-1, they'll probably know how to pull it from
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