berry is a healthy, bite-sized window manager written in C for unix systems. Its main features include:
- Controlled via a powerful command-line client, allowing users to control windows via a hotkey daemon such as sxhkd or expand functionality via shell scripts.
- Small, hackable source code.
- Extensible themeing options with double borders, title bars, and window text.
- Intuitively place new windows in unoccupied spaces.
- Virtual desktops.