The current help information as it would be printed at the command line.
§1. Running Intest with -help currently produces the following summary:
This is intest, a command-line tool for testing command-line tools intest PROJECT OPTIONS -using RECIPEFILE -do INSTRUCTIONS PROJECT is the home folder of the project to be tested -using RECIPEFILE tells intest where to find test recipes: default is PROJECT/Tests/PROJECT.intest -do INSTRUCTIONS tells intest what to do with its tests: ACTION CASE1 CASE2 ... performs the given action, which may be: -test (default), -show, -curse, -bless, -rebless, -open, -show-i6 CASEs can be identified by name, or by 'all', 'cases', 'problems', etc. a bare number as a CASE means this case number in the command history 'intest ?' shows the command history; 'intest ?N' repeats command N from it OPTIONS are as follows: -no-colours don't show discrepancies in red and green using terminal emulation (default is -colours) -no-history don't use command history (default is -history) -internal X use X as the internal Inform distribution resources -purge delete any extraneous files from the intest workspace on disc -results X write an HTML results page to filename X for use in the Inform apps -set X set a global variable, e.g., -set '$$magic = XYZZY' -threads=N use X independent threads to test -verbose print out all shell commands issued (default is -no-verbose) -workspace X use directory X (which must exist) for temporary file storage -at X specify that this tool is installed at X -crash intentionally crash on internal errors, for backtracing (default is -no-crash) -fixtime pretend the time is 11 a.m. on 28 March 2016 for testing (default is -no-fixtime) -help print this help information -locale X set locales as 'L=E', L being shell or console, E platform, utf-8 or iso-latin1 -log X write the debugging log to include diagnostics on X -version print out version number