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wmpinboard is a Window Maker dockapp resembling a miniature pinboard. It's intended to somewhat relieve heavily littered desktops
wmpinboard is a Window Maker dockapp resembling a miniature pinboard.
It's intended to somewhat relieve heavily littered desktops by allowing you to place reminders on a graphical on-screen pinboard rather than produce a mess of real notes all around your keyboard (thus being environmentally A Good Thing, too).
an ANSI-compliant C compiler (preferably, GCC or one of its descendants)
X11R6 including header files (installed separately as "xdevel" or similar by some distributions)
the XPM library
wmpinboard is recommended to be run on a high-color (15bit or above) display
wmpinboard has reportedly been successfully compiled on the following platforms:
Linux 2.0.x through 2.2.x, various setups
Reports about other platforms are always welcome.
If you're too lazy to read the generic instructions in the INSTALL file, or already know how to install autoconf'ed programs in principle, here are the quick instructions that should suffice in 99% of all cases:
$ make install-strip
The default prefix is "/usr/local". If you want the binary and man page to go anywhere else, use configure's "--prefix" switch (see `configure --help`). For further compile-time options, see configure's "--help" output.
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