is a client to access wmii* fileservers for the command line and
scripts. It can be used to configure wmii(1).
lets you specify the socketfile to which
a connection will be established. If the environment variable
is set and points to a socket file, wmiir will use that file, if this
option is not supplied.
reads from stdin, useful for interactive wmiir sessions or for
scripts that write/read a bunch of data, because this speeds things up
due to missing process creation/destruction, ie., a hack.
prints version information to stderr, then exits.
The syntax of the actions is as follows:
create <path/file> [<value>]
write <file> <value>
writes value to a file
reads file or directory contents
removes file or directory tree
$ wmiir read /
This gives you an idea about what the wmii filesystem currently looks like.