name = hackedbox

caption =
latest_release_version = 0.8.5
latest_release_date = January 17, 2007
operating_system = Unix-like
genre = X window manager
license = GPL
website = http://www.scrudgeware.org/projects/hackedbox/

Hackedbox is a stripped down version of the Blackbox minimalist window manager for the X Window System. The goal of the project is to eliminate bloat from Blackbox while remaining usable.

See also

* Fluxbox
* Openbox

External links

* [http://www.scrudgeware.org/projects/Hackedbox Official website]

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