Hey guys, why don't they make a Windowmanager for linux that is either a Litestep port, or can read litestep theme files.
Please don't laugh at me if it already exists, that wouldn't be very nice.
I'm sure there would be plenty of people at SourceForge.net who would help such a project...
I think Windowmaker and Sawfish are about as good as it will get (maybe a couple more). Reading the LS config files would require that the linux versions of modules also know and use all the settings for the Windows versions, which are not standardized by any means.
I think if the devs were to start from scratch, adopting a setting scheme more along the lines of blackbox, and building it, they could get such a thing done. However, LS is mature enough that it isn't terribly needed, and would be nothing less than a nightmarish venture.
Personaly, I'd very much like to see 'Litestep for linux', or atleast theme support. I like my litestep theme more than anything I've ever seen for gnome, kde, fluxbox, ect, and really wish it was possible to skip having to completly re-do it for my linux box, but meh.
Litestep is a port of something on Linux... i don't remember what I but asked this question before and got that answer.
Its not a direct port of anything. It originally started out as an AfterStep clone for Windows and has evolved into its own thing. There is nothing like it available for Linux and nobody seems interested in making something like it for Linux.
Oh... I was wrong, live and learn.
Making a program to port Litestep themes to some *nix window manager or vice versa would be concievable, but porting Litestep to Linux would be ridiculous.