XMonad & Java GUI applications in Eclipse

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – First off: are you sure you need it? Secondly, what you found there in your link is an extension which should come with the xmonad-contrib package. You don't paste that into your xmonad.hs.This should give you an idea of what you need to do.You should probably read up on XMonad in general though, to figure out how to configure xmonad properly. You don't need to be able to write haskell to do that. I don't myself. But the xmonad.hs is relatively straight forward and if you take some example xmonad.hs's from other users and actually follow through every linie they've got (HowTos)