The Beast Desktop Environment - Changelog

All Beast modules adhere to Semantic Versioning.

beast-scripts usually have a primary purpose with the code allowing for further specialized uses. A certain script that might be intended for hotkey use will typically offer additional modes that may be activated by passing certain parameters.

They are typically named according to a simple scheme of <COMMAND>_<INTRUCTION>_<SUBJECT>.sh or <TOOL>_<DO>_<ON>.sh. TOOL designates the main tool used for the operation, DO the intruction and ON whatever is affected by the operation. Here's an example:

 desktop/i3lock_lock_screen.sh
 │       │      │    │
 │       │      │    └─ subject ("ON")
 │       │      └─ intruction ("DO")
 │       └─ command ("TOOL")
 └─ category

Upon installation, the command name is converted to B<INITIAL_OF_CATEGORY><DO>_<ON>. Therefore desktop/i3lock_lock_screen.sh becomes BDlock_screen.

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beast-scripts 0.4.0 (2022-03-31)


beast-scripts 0.3.2 (2022-03-16)


beast-scripts 0.3.1 (2022-03-02)


beast-scripts 0.3.0 (2021-06-11)


beast-scripts 0.2.2 (2021-05-05)


beast-scripts 0.2.1 (2020-12-18)


beast-scripts 0.2.0 (2020-12-10)


beast-scripts 0.1.1 (2020-12-10)


beast-scripts 0.1.0 (2020-11-28)