- schema.json: This file is a mapping of the Lua prototype data to JSON attributes. It notes the names, default values, types, and inheritance hierarchies of various tables. Well, for the properties I've seen fit to include to date. Getting everything added requires tracking down a whole lot of documentation that is missing or plain wrong.
- ratio.html: This page dumps ratios, for example, saying that 2 electronics circuits to 3 copper cables is an exact ratio. I plan to add configurable maximum numerators/denominators (currently hardcoded to 100) and productivity module ratios later.
- tech-tree.html: This page dumps a tech-tree in a layered graph representation. The output is admittedly hard-to-read, because I didn't implement all the steps of Sugiyama layout, and there's no way (yet) to highlight only a single node's induced subgraph.
The tool is written in Python, so it's theoretically cross-platform, but I'm almost certainly not matching the right filepaths on Windows or OS X, and Python itself may be hard to install for people on Windows. I'd be happy to share especially the schema.json file with other projects--reading in the Lua files directly and filling in missing properties is hard for the uninitiated. I may look someday at autogenerating Wiki documentation for the Lua prototype schemata, but the information at present is too incomplete to be worth the bother. Other people hacking on this would be much appreciated.