text -> (magic) -> HTML
This compiled website project is the magic.
It's a unique smart markup language, and other handy stuff.
Or it will be when I rewrite it from Ruby into Mythryl.
- homepage (coming soon)
- old homepage (to be imported)
- compiled website reasoning (to be imported)
I deleted and rebuilt the whole repository so that everything can
cleanly go into the
gh-pages tree. The compiled website engine
needs access to that tree so it can create the website's HTML
Yes, the compiled website's documentation will be self-generated and maintained within the project itself.
I figure this is a nice simple approach, but I'm surprised that I have to do things this way. I can't be the only person with this requirement.
Starting a new project to completely rewrite my compiled website project in the Mythryl programming language.
How versions work
Or "what do I download?"
'minor' or 'revision' numbers which are EVEN are stable.
'minor' or 'revision' numbers which are ODD are unstable: unfinished, experimental and generally buggy as hell and I know it.
- Don't expect these to actually work. They almost never do!
- Also, don't expect the most current stuff to actually work. Until I learn more about branches and other git stuff, I will only be working on the one main branch. I'll begin tagging things, which should help.
- 1.0.0 is stable.
- 1.0.1 is UNstable.
- 1.1.0 is UNstable.