I’m happy to announce this release as it contains some very interesting developments in the project. This release was focused on core changes.
There are now two optional dependencies to py3status:
- will monkey patch the code to make it concurrent
- the main benefit is to use an asynchronous loop instead of threads
- will enable a udev monitor if a module asks for it (only xrandr so far)
- the benefit is described below
To install them all using pip, simply do:
pip install py3status[all]
Modules can now react/refresh on udev events
When pyudev is available, py3status will allow modules to subscribe and react to udev events!
The xrandr module uses this feature by default which allows the module to instantly refresh when you plug in or off a secondary monitor. This also allows to stop running the xrandr command in the background and saves a lot of CPU!
- py3status core uses black formatter
- fix default i3status.conf detection
- add ~/.config/i3 as a default config directory, closes #1548
- add .config/i3/py3status in default user modules include directories
- add markup (pango) support for modules (#1408), by @MikaYuoadas
- py3: notify_user module name in the title (#1556), by @lasers
- print module information to sdtout instead of stderr (#1565), by @robertnf
- battery_level module: default to using sys instead of acpi (#1562), by @eddie-dunn
- imap module: fix output formatting issue (#1559), by @girst
Thank you contributors!