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- title: API Reference
- description: Myrddin API Reference
-This is the page where the Myrddin language is documented. You want to know
-all the boring, dull details? Well, they're here.
-### [Libstd](libstd)
-The standard library. You'll probably be using it in all your code, because
-it's the standard. It's intended to cover a good portion of the functionality
-that you'll need for any program. It's a bit of a grab bag, but can be roughly
-categorized into the following subsections:
-- [Memory Allocation](libstd/alloc): All of your memory allocation needs.
-- [Error Handling](libstd/err): Convenient utilities for aborting your program.
-- [OS Interfaces](libstd/os): Ask not what you can do for your OS, ask what
- your OS can do for you.
-- [File Handling](libstd/files): Sometimes data just wants to persist.
-- [Networking](libstd/networking): Communicating with other sytems isn't just
- a fad.
-- [Command Line Parsing](libstd/cli): Makes it easy to parse options from the
- commad line.
-- [Formatted Output](libstd/fmt): I/O. Without monads.
-- [Variadic Arguments](libstd/varargs): If you want ugly APIs, we've got you
- covered.
-- [Slice manipulation](libstd/slices): Some generic functions. Easy to write
- yourself, but a bit tedious.
-- [String Manipulation](libstd/strings): Some unicode aware string poking.
-- [Unicode](libstd/unicode): Wait a second, all languages aren't english?
-- [Pervasive Data Structures](libstd/datastruct): At least, I use them a lot.
- If you use them too, we've got you covered.
-- [Misc](libstd/misc): Random crap that doesn't really fit into a category.
-### [Libsys](libsys)
-Libsys is a direct interface to system calls provided by the platform. It is
-- [Linux Syscalls](libsys/linux)
-- [OSX Syscalls](libsys/osx)
-- [FreeBSD Syscalls](libsys/freebsd)
-- [Plan 9 Syscalls](libsys/plan9)
-### [Libbio](/myrddin/doc/libbio)
-This is a buffered IO library. It allows for many small reads and writes to be
-done with better performance than writing a system call for each one. On top
-of that, it allows for more convenient interfaces to handle linewise or
-delimited input, where peeking at the input stream may be necessary.
-### [Libregex](/myrddin/doc/libregex)
-This is a regex library, as implied by the name. It implements a simple but
-powerful regex syntax, with full unicode support. It also exposes the regex
-syntax tree if needed, which is useful for code that wants custom regex
-handling, but wants to remain consistent with the regexes in hairless.
-### [Libcryptohash](/myrddin/doc/libcryptohash)
-This is a library that handles cryptographic hashes. It implements many of the
-most common cryptographic hashes, and provides a fairly consistent interface
-to it.
-### [Libdate](/myrddin/doc/libdate)
-Libdate provides a fairly complete interface for manipulating dates, times,
-and timezones. It handles adding durations and periods to dates, formatting
-and parsing dates.
-### [Libthread](/myrddin/doc/libthread)
-Libthread is currently half assed and broken, and it doesn't work very well
-with libstd, which is not yet thread aware. This needs work.
-### [Mbld](/myrddin/doc/mbld)
-Mbld is the Myrddin build tool. It knows how to handle source and library
-dependencies, as well as build generated sources.
-### [Hairless](/myrddin/doc/mbld)
-Hairless is the Myrddin parser generator. It's currently in a half-finished
-state, but is quit