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PROGRAM:

NAME


wm-icons-config - show and set configuration for wm-icons

SYNOPSIS


wm-icons-config [options] NAME [ICON_SET] ...

DESCRIPTION


This show wm-icons package configuration, and the list of installed icon sets. It also is
used to set aliases to icon-sets in system or user space. In the synopsis above, NAME is
icon alias name, ICON_SET is icon set directory (for example: mini 16x16-default). If NAME
already exists as an alias, it is not overwritten, unless the --force option is given.
Explicit NAMEs override --defaults. Just the alias names are given for --which and
--remove options.

OPTIONS


Informational options: display info and exit
--help Print a short usage message

--version
Show version number and exit

--inst-dir
Show wm-icons installed icon directory and exit

--user-dir
Show wm-icons user icon directory and exit

--show-defaults
Show default aliases and exit

--show-aliases
Show the aliases currently present. One of --global, --personal, --user-dir must be
given

--show-sets
Show a list of installed icon sets

Directory selection options: precisely one of these must be given
--global
Set up global (system-wide) links in the base dir

--personal
Set up personal links in ~/.wm-icons

--user-dir=USER_DIR
Set up links in USER_DIR

Choice of links: at least one of these must be given
--defaults
Set up default aliases, as shown by --show-defaults

Extra options
--remove
Remove the symlinks rather than creating them, return (0, 1)

--which
Show the icon set for the given alias(es), return (0, 1)

--quiet
Do not output results of alias manipulating to stdout

--force
Force overwriting of existing symlinks

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