The Glulx Runtime Instrumentation Project (GRIP) provides debugging tools for authors of interactive fiction (IF) by building on the capabilities of the Glulx virtual machine.
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README

The Glulx Runtime Instrumentation Project (GRIP) provides debugging tools for authors of interactive fiction (IF) by building on the capabilities of the Glulx virtual machine.

GRIP is hosted on GitHub at https://github.com/i7/i7grip.

This is a mid-delevopment snapshot.  The target release date for Version 2 is 1 September 2013.