Here's what I ended up with:
(0 nil t :class "URxvt" :title "scs")
(1 nil t :class "URxvt" :title "scc")
(2 nil t :class "URxvt" :title "svn")
(3 nil t :class "URxvt" :title "sql"))
(0 nil nil :class "Emacs")
(1 nil nil :class "Firefox"))
(run-shell-command "urxvt -title scs")
(run-shell-command "urxvt -title scc")
(run-shell-command "urxvt -title sql")
(run-shell-command "urxvt -title svn")
Works like a charm. Thanks alot!
On Sat, Oct 18, 2008 at 1:40 AM, Shawn <address@hidden>
I think the thing to do is to run 4 rxvts and give them each different
"Johan Andersson" <address@hidden
> I actually tried that by looking at the sample that follows the source. But it didn't
> seem to work in my case. Or I didn't understand how to use it.
> For example. I work a lot with Rails. So I want four URxvt terminals in one group and
> then Emacs and Firefox in another group. I couldn't figure out how to specify that URxvt
> should be opened in frames 0 to 3.
titles, then write rules to match each title.
You need to first run the command remember to make a generic placement
> I also tried with dump-window-placement-rules, but that only gave me a file containing
rule for the current window. Do this on the windows you want to
remember, then run dump-window-placement-rules.
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