is yet another dockapp
, or any
windowmanager/desktop environment that handles dockapps (KDE has a
dockbar extension, and gnome swallows
). It is a mixture between wmhdplop
and the great wmtop
monitors your processes by sending visual stimuli to your cortex each
time your kernel forks or kills a process. Try to compile a kernel and enjoy the wmforkplop show!
- theoritical portability that still has to be demonstrated.
- useless animation reflecting forking activity.
- wmtop-like feature (displays the top cpu consuming processes)
- a "process browser" with a license to kill.
- many unreadable information written in a tiny font.
If your consider trying wmforkplop, I highly encourage you to install the
developpement package of imlib2
as usual: ./configure && make && su
-c 'make install'
. Take a look at the numerous and glittering options
of wmforkplop with the -h
flag and read the README