Netfiles presents remote file systems in
Each window is named
/n/system/path and displays the contents of
Netfiles reads names of windows to create from the
and the example section below).
button 3 loads work as in normal acme windows.
External commands executed with button 2
run in the directory in which
acme was started.
Netfiles uses the helper programs
netfilestat to access the remote file systems.
The three first check to see if
system is a service in the current name space
If so, they use
to access it.
Otherwise, they assume that the system is a network name
sftp to access it.
Netfileget prints the contents of the named
path to standard output.
-d option is given, then
netfileget prints a single-column listing of
path, which must be a directory.
Directories in the listing have
appended to their names.
Netfileput writes its standard input to the named
Netfilestat prints the file type of
path, one of