Turns dialog files into their audio output through espeak, in a recursive manner similar to GNU make.
usage: espeak-scripty <input> [<output>] input can be a dialog file (format described later), or a folder to recursively check for dialog files, only updating the output files if the dialog file's timestamp is newer than the corresponding output file's. This allows for efficient recompilation. output should be a folder to create output folders in. If not specified, it uses the current working directory. Each dialog file is turned into a folder of the same name in the output directory - a file called Hilda.txt will generate a folder called Hilda.txt, though it *is* a folder, despite the extension. To output all generated lines to your speakers instead of your filesystem, use "-" as the output.