Wrap your eyeballs around this one, why dontcha.
Ay caramba. The vertical split patch for screen is now my favoritest thing ever! That’s one vertical split in screen, with a horizontal split on the right. Then the lower right area is further subdivided by dvtm, which means five applications are squished into one 800×600 area.
I understand it, the next version of screen will supposedly have integrated the patch, but in the mean time, it’s well worth the effort to compile it. Crux users need only add a patching line to the standard port; Archers can tinker with the PKGBUILD and come up with the same thing. Ubuntunuts have this as a guide, although I have only built it in Crux so far.
I wonder how many smaller windows I can reasonably create and manage before. …