~ob/slock

b1289f30b79c9c5ea43a9e9c624406d7d0661692 — Nick Currier 6 years ago f5ef1b8
Option to not show failure color on clear
2 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

M config.def.h
M slock.c
M config.def.h => config.def.h +1 -0
@@ 3,3 3,4 @@ static const char *colorname[NUMCOLS] = {
	"#005577",   /* during input */
	"#CC3333",   /* failed/cleared the input */
};
static const Bool failonclear = True;

M slock.c => slock.c +6 -3
@@ 26,7 26,7 @@
enum {
	INIT,
	INPUT,
	EMPTY,
	FAILED,
	NUMCOLS
};



@@ 42,6 42,7 @@ typedef struct {
static Lock **locks;
static int nscreens;
static Bool running = True;
static Bool failure = False;
static Bool rr;
static int rrevbase;
static int rrerrbase;


@@ 153,8 154,10 @@ readpw(Display *dpy, const char *pws)
#else
				running = !!strcmp(crypt(passwd, pws), pws);
#endif
				if (running)
				if (running) {
					XBell(dpy, 100);
					failure = True;
				}
				len = 0;
				break;
			case XK_Escape:


@@ 178,7 181,7 @@ readpw(Display *dpy, const char *pws)
				}
			} else if (llen != 0 && len == 0) {
				for (screen = 0; screen < nscreens; screen++) {
					XSetWindowBackground(dpy, locks[screen]->win, locks[screen]->colors[EMPTY]);
					XSetWindowBackground(dpy, locks[screen]->win, locks[screen]->colors[failure || failonclear ? FAILED : INIT]);
					XClearWindow(dpy, locks[screen]->win);
				}
			}