§1. Inrtps is not part of the main Inform compiler and is not shipped inside the Inform apps. Instead, it's used as a stand-alone command-line tool by the maintainers of Inform: it generates the tiny HTML run-time problem pages displayed by the apps when a story that the user has made hits a run-time problem — for example, dividing by zero.
Inrtps is a very small literate program, and is not divided into modules.
- ● The contents page for the Inrtps web is here: inrtps.
- ● See Manual (in inrtps) and Reference Card (in inrtps) for usage.
§2. The actual wording of the problems, and the templates for the HTML files made, are not hard-wired into the program: they are stored elsewhere in the repository.
- ● See: //https://github.com/ganelson/inform/resources/Outcome Pages/
§3. Inrtps contains the basic foundation library, but none of the services.