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README.md
# Plank Plank is meant to be the simplest dock on the planet. The goal is to provide just what a dock needs and absolutely nothing more. It is, however, a library which can be extended to create other dock programs with more advanced features. ## Are there online API documentations? http://people.ubuntu.com/~ricotz/docs/vala-doc/plank/index.htm ## Building, Testing, and Installation You'll need the following dependencies: * at-spi2-core * dbus-x11 * gnome-common * libbamf3-dev * libcairo2-dev * libdbusmenu-gtk3-dev * libgdk-pixbuf2.0-dev * libgee-0.8-dev * libglib2.0-dev * libgnome-menu-3-dev * libgtk-3-dev * libwnck-3-dev * libx11-dev * libxml2-utils * meson * valac * xvfb Run `meson` to configure the build environment and then `ninja test` to build and run tests meson build --prefix=/usr cd build ninja test To install, use `ninja install`, then execute with `plank` ninja install plank