Ren'Py reverse-engineering tools
These are very simplistic and probably won't work properly without some editing for any given version of Ren'py.
Extracts resource (
.rpa) archives into your current working directory,
printing a list of files while it does so.
You'll probably want to run it in a clean directory for simplicity.
rpy.py ../screen.rpyc > screen.rpy
screen.rpyc to stdout. Recommend redirecting to a file for easier
browsing. Because the pickled representation has hooks into all kinds of renpy
objects, many scripts will probably require some amount of environment setup
at the beginning of
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