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README.md

Acme is a programmer's text editor, shell, and user interface. It runs on a virtualized operating system, Inferno, that runs hosted on Windows, Linux, Solaris, and MacOSX.

See this video for a nice walk through of Acme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dP1xVpMPn8M

You can build the limbo source tree from inside acme:

% cd /appl/ 
% mk install

To build the Acme.exe follow these steps.

  1. Download Install Microsoft Visual Studio Community Edition; include the C++ language package (this is now a custom option).

  2. Open a developer command prompt from the Visual Studio start menu folder

  3. Launch Acme.exe from inside the command prompt

  4. Inside Acme open a command window by clicking the middle mouse button on the word win.

  5. At the win command prompt type the following:

    % cd /sys % run Nt/profile % mk

The mk command will build all the C libraries and inferno emulator. The iacme.exe should be in the /sys/emu/Nt folder.

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