The second public release of Thyrd. The code is a bit more stable, but the UI still needs lots of work. Problems with Tkzinc, which appears to no longer be under active development, have prevented Thyrd from running on Linux or OSX. This version runs with the 3.3.4 Windows binary of Tkzinc available from tkzinc.org. Attempts to compile and use the 3.3.6 Tkzinc under Linux show some progress, but it crashes very easily. It would be worthwhile to try to get it to run with 3.3.6 on OSX.
Most of the warnings below still apply. Back up your .3rd file frequently, the interpreter can easily trash it. There are a few examples in the examples/ directory, the files that begin with "space" are complete spaces that can be opened in Thyrd directly.
Note: this version appears to work under Wine 1.2 on Linux (Ubuntu, at least), except for a problem with the dialog for selecting a thyrdspace file. If you supply the filename on the command line, as in "wine Thyrd.exe space.3rd", it should work (space.3rd doesn't need to exist yet).