wmclock is a dock application for WindowMaker. When launched wmclock creates a 48 x 48 pixel analog clock within a 64 x 64 pixel tile. To dock wmclock, left-click on the border of the tile and drag the tile to the dock area.
wmclock [-H] [-d dingfile] [-s seconds] [-u microseconds]
- -H: play sounds as if clock is in AM/PM mode - that is, ding 10 times if time is 22.00.
- -d dingfile: .wav file to use when sounding the hourly and half-hourly bell. No dingfile means no sound.
- -s seconds: sleep time (in seconds) between dings.
- -u microseconds: sleep time (in microseconds) between dings.
It is perfectly legal to specify either -s or -u - the other will default to 0. It is also perfectly legal to omit -s and -u ...
wmclock needs gdk_pixbuf to run.
To install wmclock:
- Download the latest version of wmclock.
- Unpack the archive: gunzip -c wmclock-0.2.tar.gz | tar xf -
- Verify the PREFIX setting in the Makefile. wmclock will install to /usr/X11R6/bin.
- Type make
- As root, type make install
Launch wmclock and then drag the icon to the dock as described above.
wmclock currently only looks nice in 64x64 pixels icon size.
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Added the -H flag.
Initial release (v0.1).