It's totally broken (requires MLINKS which we removed long ago,
relies on the old man.conf(5) format we stopped supporting long ago,
Alfred Morgan reported additional bugs on bugs@, ...),
it reimplements man(1) in a very poor way,
and it lacks many useful features that man(1) in an xterm(1)
readily provides, so fixing it would be a waste of time.
matthieu@ deraadt@ krw@ agree with the direction.
Because cwm warps the pointer during a client move (to stay within the client),
there's a window of time where an expose or enternotify event will get
generated for a lower client; use a hammer and drain events after keyboard
move/resize, until such a time that cwm doesn't warp the pointer. Behavior
noticed by kn.
Fix regression from r1.107 (lost a return); kettenis@ pointed out the high
potential for a use-after-free (true!) where kn@ ran into the regression using
an app that actually exercised the XGrabPointer() failure path.