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- List of unpaired brackets remaining on the page:
- to *[[evilwm]] which permits windows to be moved and resized, represented by a [[fish]]-like '''><>'''. Third party [[patch (Unix)|patches]] exist to add a [[golden section]]-based [[Fibonacci]] [
- * [[xmonad]] - an extensible WM written in [[Haskell (programming language)|Haskell], which was both influenced by and has since influenced dwm.
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