Window commands are used to perform operations on specific windows,
chosen by their ID (or the next window, if less than
wincom-minimum (3 by default) windows are currently in scope).
Alternatively, other commands available in
be chosen. Not all commands in
wincom-command-map are window
commands (by default). For more information about included window
commands, See Usage.
Window commands can easily be defined using
wincom-define-window-command. For more complex use cases,
the lower level
wincom-run-window-command can be used.
Minimum number of tracked windows for which interactive selection
occurs when using window commands. In practice, only window commands
wincom-define-window-command automatically adhere
to this rule.
Key map which is populated automatically with elements corresponding
to all tracked windows. The ID of each window is converted to a vector
(to serve as a key sequence), and is bound to a command which calls
last-command with the window corresponding to the ID as the
sole argument. There should be no reason to modify it directly; it is
reset whenever window configuration is updated.
Key map which holds bindings to window commands. This key map is set
as the parent of
wincom--id-map, so all window commands are
available when it’s active (unless they are shadowed by a window ID).
Amount of windows currently tracked, including the minibuffer (if it’s active). It can be used to change the behavior of window commands (or display functions, See ID display).
Define NAME as a window command with DOCSTRING as its documentation string. PREFIX (a symbol) is passed as an argument to the command (when not omitted or nil), with its value being the raw prefix argument.
BODY is used as the body of an anonymous function which receives
WINDOW (a symbol) as an argument, with its value being a selected
window. If there are less than
wincom-minimum (3 by default)
windows in the current scope (See Customization), the function is
called with the window returned by
next-window. In this case,
if MINIBUFFER is non-nil, it can be selected if it’s active.
Otherwise, the function is run using
Run FUN as a window command. Run
this-command to FUN, and set
wincom--id-map as a
transient map which runs
wincom-after-command-hook on exit.
The hooks run by this function are expected by Window Commander to run
for any window command which requires ID selection; they should be run
even if this function isn’t used when defining a new window command.