author: henesy <devnull@localhost>
date: Sun Nov 4 02:52:02 EST 2018
initial commit, breaking up initialisation
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+Acid -l alef -l symsfile pid
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+Capital A Acid is a rudimentary acme interface to the debugger acid.
+It uses a win to provide an interactive window for acid. In that window,
+a couple of extra acme-specific features are enabled:
+ runs the command and places its output in a new window.
+ e.g. w(lstk()) places the stack trace in a distinct window.
+Also, in any such window, text executed with button 2 is
+presented as input to acid in the main Acid window. Thus, for
+example, one may evaluate variables presented in a stack trace
+by `executing' it with button 2.
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+new command ...
+adiff file1 file2
+adict -d oed
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+This directory and its subdirectory $cputype are always mounted at
+the end of /bin for programs run from acme. They hold a collection
+of small acme-specific applications:
+ Create an acme window to serve as a terminal, analogous
+ to xterm. By default, it runs the shell, rc, but it works with
+ any interactive program, e.g. hoc. Within the window,
+ commands executed with button 2 are 'executed' by sending
+ their text to the standard input of the command, appending
+ a newline if necessary.
+ Run the non-interactive command, placing its standard and
+ diagnostic output in a new window.
+ Run spell on the file, labeling the output with addresses so
+ misspelled words can be found in context using button 3.
+adiff file1 file2
+ Run diff on the files, labeling the output with addresses so
+ changes can be found in context using button 3.
+ Interactive version of dict(1). Button 3 looks up words and
+ may be applied to any word in any adict window.
+ When a word has multiple definitions, indicate the number
+ (as in acme Mail) to disambiguate.
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+e file | x '/regexp/' | c 'replacement'
+e 'file:0,$' | x '/.*word.*\n/' | p -n
+e file | pipe command args ...
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+The programs collected in /acme/edit offer a sam-like command interface
+to acme windows. The guide file
+holds templates for several editing operations implemented
+by external programs. These programs, composed in
+a pipeline, refine the sections of a file to be modified.
+Thus in sam when one says
+ x/.*\n/ g/foo/ p
+in /acme/edit one runs
+ x '/.*\n/' | g '/foo/' | p
+The e command, unrelated to e in sam, disambiguates file names, collects
+lists of names, etc., and produces input suitable for the other tools.
+ e '/usr/rob/acme:0,$' | x /oldname/ | c /newname/
+changes oldname to newname in all the files loaded in acme whose names match
+the literal text /usr/rob/acme.
+The commands in /acme/edit are
+ pipe (like sam's | , which can't be used for syntactic reasons)
+p takes a -n flag analogous to grep's -n. There is no s command.
+e has a -l flag to produce line numbers instead of the default character numbers.
+Its implementation is poor but sufficient for the mundane job of recreating
+the occasional line number for tools like acid; its use with the other commands
+in this directory is discouraged.
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+mail -'x' someaddress
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+Mail is the single program in this directory. Its argument specifies
+the mail box to read, default /mail/box/$user/mbox.
+For example, running
+ Mail /mail/box/$user/stored
+(a line in the guide file) looks at saved mail.
+Mail maintains a window containing headers for all the
+messages in the mailbox and monitors the mailbox for new messages.
+Using button 3 to indicate a message number opens
+a window on that message. commands in the mailbox window are
+ Put Write the mailbox back to the file (never done automatically)
+ Mail Make a new message window ready to mail someone.
+ Takes argument names analogously to acme's New.
+ Del Exit Mail, after checking that mailbox isn't modified.
+New messages appear at the top of the window and are highlighted upon arrival.
+(The messages are numbered oldest to newest, the opposite of regular mail.)
+Message windows have a simple format: the first line, up to the first tab or newline,
+holds the sender or, when sending, the addressee. Edit the line to change who the
+message goes to. Message windows contain the commands
+ Reply Make a new window to compose a reply to this message
+ Delmesg Delete the message from the screen and from the mailbox
+ Del Delete the window, leaving the message in the mailbox
+ Post Send the message to the addressee
+ Save Save to the named mailbox, default/mail/box/$user/stored
+Save takes a full file name; if that name has no slashes, the file is taken
+to be in /mail/box/$user and must already exist. Use mkbox in the guide to
+create target mailboxes in /mail/box/$user.
+Reply and mail windows contain an obvious subset of the commands.