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PyTyle is currently not available from the Arch repos. The original PyTyle and PyTyle2 are available on the AUR [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=29573 here] and [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=42541 here] respectively. Both can be installed on the same system, although only one can be run at the same time.
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After you have started PyTyle for the first time, a new configuration directory should appear in your XDG_CONFIG_HOME directory (usually ~/.config/) called pytyle2. Inside this directory is config.ini. All of the configuration options are stored there. I haven't really documented the options yet, so your guess will have to do at the moment.
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PyTyle is a tiling manager that works with EWMH-compliant window managers (like Openbox and KWin) to provide functions for tiling windows. Both Xmonad and Musca have influenced the feature set.

Installation

PyTyle is currently not available from the Arch official repositories.

  • PyTyle — An automatic tiler that is compatible with Openbox Multihead
http://pytyle.com/ || pytyleAUR
  • PyTyle2 — Auto/manual on-demand tiling manager that fits in any EWMH compatible window manager.
http://pytyle.com/ || pytyle2-hgAUR
Note: Both can be installed on the same system, although only one can be run at the same time.

Execution

After installation, PyTyle can be run simply by entering this into the terminal:

pytyle

Alternatively, if you want to run PyTyle2, you would run

pytyle2

After that, simply press Template:Keypress + Template:Keypress.

Configuration

After you have started PyTyle for the first time, a new configuration directory should appear in your $XDG_CONFIG_HOME directory (usually ~/.config/) called pytyle2. Inside this directory is config.ini. All of the configuration options are stored there.

Warning: The options haven't really been documented yet, so your guess will have to do at the moment.