Wily is a text editor created by Gary Capell for Unix computer systems. It is based on Acme, the mouse-centric editing environment for the Plan 9 operating system.

Wily is one of the few editors that supports mouse chording. Unlike Acme, it does not support mouse scrolls and its interface is black and white. Development and usage of Wily has been deprecated in favour of the port of Acme to Unix systems as part of Plan 9 from User Space.

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Act II: The Father Of Death - Plot Summary
... to provide for his family, partners with Doctor Albert Wily to create an army of labor robots to perform dangerous work for humans ... second thoughts, concerned with the number of workers who will be displaced by his and Wily's creations (The Good Doctor) ... Wily convinces Light that they have come too far to back out now, and Light hesitantly flips the switch to activate the machines ...
Mega Man 9 - Plot
... Wily has no apparent connection to it ... After showing a news video of Light declaring planetary domination and Wily refusing to follow him, Wily announces that he needs monetary donations to complete the robots he built to ... prove his creator's innocence and expose Wily's true intentions ...
Wily Technology - History
... Wily was founded in 1998 by Lew Cirne ... The Wily name comes from Cirne's previous experiences in the development and marketing of advanced technologies, where the most impressive and valuable were referred to affectionately ... Cirne chose the Wily name to embody the creative and aggressive approach to the company's products and business culture ...
Wily Technology
... CA Wily Technology, formerly Wily Technology, Inc ... was purchased by CA, Inc ...

Famous quotes containing the word wily:

    O wily painter, limiting the scene
    From a cacophony of dusty forms
    To the one convulsion,
    Thom Gunn (b. 1929)

    The wily hare has three burrows.
    Chinese proverb.