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i3exit is a command line tool specifically designed for the i3 window manager. It allows users to control power management functions such as logging out, rebooting, and shutting down their system. It provides a convenient way to execute these actions directly from the terminal without the need for a graphical interface.

The tool accepts various options and arguments to specify the desired action. For example, users can pass the "logout" argument to log out of their current session or "reboot" to restart their system. Additional options can be used to add a delay before executing the action or force any pending changes to be saved.

i3exit supports customization through its configuration file, allowing users to define additional actions or modify existing ones. This enables advanced usage scenarios and tailoring the tool to meet specific requirements.

It is often used in conjunction with other tools or scripts to create automated workflows or trigger actions based on specific events. For instance, users can bind certain key combinations to i3exit commands to quickly suspend their system or lock the screen.

The tool is actively maintained and widely used within the i3 community. It is available as part of the standard i3 package and can be easily installed on most Linux distributions.

i3exit is designed to be lightweight and efficient, ensuring that power management tasks can be executed quickly and smoothly. It integrates seamlessly with the i3 window manager's minimalist philosophy and provides a straightforward way to handle system power functions.

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