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5fd66d5b 2019-04-04 14:10:28 gregory guy
Bug 2833: add Brise window decoration to icewm-themes.
This is a port of "Plasma 5 Breeze" window border for TDE made by Alexandre Couture.
Icons are released under the GNU GPL Version 2, see bug 2833 on bugzilla for details.

Signed-off-by: gregory guy <g-gregory@...>
A icewm-themes/Brise/CMakeLists.txt
A icewm-themes/Brise/COPYING
A icewm-themes/Brise/closeA.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/closeI.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/closeO.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/default.theme
A icewm-themes/Brise/depthA.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/depthI.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/depthO.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeAB.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeABL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeABR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeAL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeAR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeAT.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeATL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeATR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeIB.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeIBL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeIBR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeIL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeIR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeIT.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeITL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/dframeITR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameAB.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameABL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameABR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameAL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameAR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameAT.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameATL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameATR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameBL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameBR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameIB.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameIBL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameIBR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameIL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameIR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameIT.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameITL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/frameITR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/maximizeA.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/maximizeI.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/maximizeO.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/menuButtonA.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/menuButtonI.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/menusel.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/menusep.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/minimizeA.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/minimizeI.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/minimizeO.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/restoreA.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/restoreI.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/restoreO.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/rolldownA.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/rolldownI.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/rolldownO.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/rollupA.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/rollupI.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/rollupO.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleAB.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleAL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleAM.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleAP.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleAR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleAS.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleAT.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleIB.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleIL.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleIM.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleIP.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleIR.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleIS.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleIT.xpm
A icewm-themes/Brise/titleML.xpm
M icewm-themes/CMakeLists.txt


diff --git a/icewm-themes/Brise/CMakeLists.txt b/icewm-themes/Brise/CMakeLists.txt
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+++ b/icewm-themes/Brise/CMakeLists.txt
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+file( GLOB _pics RELATIVE ${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR} *.xpm default.theme COPYING )
+    FILES ${_pics}
+    DESTINATION ${DATA_INSTALL_DIR}/twin/icewm-themes/Brise


diff --git a/icewm-themes/Brise/COPYING b/icewm-themes/Brise/COPYING
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