This directory and its subdirectory $cputype are always mounted at the end of /bin for programs run from acme. They hold a collection of small acme-specific applications: win [command] Create an acme window to serve as a terminal, analogous to xterm. By default, it runs the shell, rc, but it works with any interactive program, e.g. hoc. Within the window, commands executed with button 2 are 'executed' by sending their text to the standard input of the command, appending a newline if necessary. new command Run the non-interactive command, placing its standard and diagnostic output in a new window. aspell file Run spell on the file, labeling the output with addresses so misspelled words can be found in context using button 3. adiff file1 file2 Run diff on the files, labeling the output with addresses so changes can be found in context using button 3. adict Interactive version of dict(1). Button 3 looks up words and may be applied to any word in any adict window. When a word has multiple definitions, indicate the number (as in acme Mail) to disambiguate.