wmctrl 1.07 man page.
Remember kids, a man page is not documentation.
A command line tool to interact with an EWMH/NetWM compatible X Window Manager. Get information, resize, move, etc.
A good tool for what it does.
Abandoned - Not updated
Hobby software being what it is, there is no centralized place to have documentation. Everyone turns to search engines, which means that user-contributed documentation can go anywhere online.. and it doesn't matter where.
This means that any project which attempts to centralize user documentation will be forced to reach out onto the net and cache their contributions from outside sources. freedesktop.org is our timely example! (wmctrl > wmctrl user documentation (examples))
If the original user documentation is updated, or new documentation is created, then that central resource goes out of date.
But is there hope? Not at all! =)
An enthusiastic user can only hope to contribute directly to the project. Failing that, they have private notes or hopefully blog.. and that's one big mess.
Since wmctrl didn't have quality documentation, I made this myself.
For the rant on users needing to create the documentation for the software they use, see:
Something that's missing in Blackbox is the ability to minimize all applications. This is something which is on their todo list, but I thought I'd make a script which could do this by leveraging wmctrl.