`ITAUT_TAC : tactic`

SYNOPSIS
Simple intuitionistic logic prover.

DESCRIPTION
The tactic ITAUT attempts to prove the goal using a basic tableau-type proof search for intuitionistic first-order logic. The restriction to intuitionistic logic means that no principles such as the ``law of the excluded middle'' or ``law of double negation'' are used.

FAILURE CONDITIONS
May fail if the goal is unprovable, e.g. for purely propositional problems. For unsolvable problems with quantifiers it usually just loops.

EXAMPLE
Suppose we try to prove the logical equivalence of ``contraposition'', already embedded in the pre-proved theorem CONTRAPOS_THM:
```  # g `!p q. (p ==> q) <=> (~q ==> ~p)`;;
```
by splitting it into two subgoals:
```  # e(REPEAT GEN_TAC THEN EQ_TAC);;
val it : goalstack = 2 subgoals (2 total)

`(~q ==> ~p) ==> p ==> q`

`(p ==> q) ==> ~q ==> ~p`
```
The first subgoal (printed at the bottom) can be solved by ITAUT_TAC, indicating that it's intuitionistically valid:
```  # e ITAUT_TAC;;
...
val it : goalstack = 1 subgoal (1 total)

`(~q ==> ~p) ==> p ==> q`
```
but the other one isn't, though it is solvable by full classical logic:
```  # e(MESON_TAC[]);;
val it : goalstack = No subgoals
```