wm/wish [ -k ] [ -f file ]
Plain wish must be run from the Inferno console instead of mux(1) or wm(1). It takes input from each file in turn, then prompts for further commands from the standard input. Its commands operate on a Tk toplevel covering the whole screen.
Wm/wish runs instead in a shell window under wm(1). It reads initial input from the optional file, then prompts for further commands on its standard input unless the -k option is given. Its commands operate on the Tk toplevel of a new window created by Wmlib->titlebar (see wmlib(2)), initially titled WishPad.
The following special input sequences are recognised:
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