$ brew install acme
Then running it was just as easy.
$ acme ACME - the ACME Crossassembler for Multiple Environments Copyright (C) 1998-2006 Marco Baye This is ACME, release 0.91 ("Gargravarr"), 26 Mar 2006 Platform independent version. Current maintainer Krzysztof Dabrowski aka BruSH/ElysiuM ACME comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details read the help file. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; as outlined in the GNU General Public License. Dedicated to the wisest being I ever had the pleasure of reading books of (currently spending some time dead for tax reasons). The newest version can be found at the ACME homepage: http://home.pages.de/~mac_bacon/smorbrod/acme/ Usage: acme [OPTION...] [FILE]... -h, --help show this help and exit. -f, --format FORMAT select output format. -o, --outfile FILE select output file. -l, --labeldump FILE select label dump file. --setpc NUMBER set program counter. --cpu CPU select target processor. --initmem NUMBER define 'empty' memory. --maxerrors NUMBER set number of errors before exiting. --maxdepth NUMBER set recursion depth for macro calls and !src. -vDIGIT set verbosity level. -V, --version show version and exit.
Or maybe not. I turns out that this particular Acme is not the text editor I was looking for. A bit of digging around showed me where I’d gone wrong.
$ brew rm acme $ brew install plan9port
Acme comes as part of the plan9port package. However, since this package installs a mostly completely Plan9 system (from what I can tell, anyway), it installs certain utilities that are common, like
ls. In order to not stomp on your existing system, though, plan9port wraps it’s version of these commands in it’s own wrapper command
9. Now, finally, I can open Acme!
$ 9 acme
Success! On top of it all, it has native OS X full screen support! Bonus!
Now I’m starting at the default Acme window. Time to play around. Middle-click on
New to open a new window. Middle-click on
Del to close it. Right click on a file to open it. Awesome. Acme seems to be working.