Mythryl code fragments may be executed at the commandline or embedded in scripts:
shell% my -x '5!'
Mythryl heap images contain shebang lines, allowing them to be executed without
Mythryl uses a conventional makefile hierarchy to drive system compilation.
Mythryl installs via a conventional tarball download followed by a conventional
build process driven by the GNUautoconfig and make tools.
Mythryl has a library documentation suite which is largely mechanically generated
for accuracy and currency, heavily hyperlinked for convenience. The system codebase
is hyperlinked into the overall documentation suite for reference.
The Mythryl codebase has been heavily edited to make it more accessible to the nonspecialist.
A uniform code style has been adopted to improve readability. The directory structure has been