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Does anyone know whether Webworks Publisher produces "cleaner" JavaHelp
"David M. Brown" wrote:
> Let me get this straight: When you tell RoboHelp you want to create JavaHelp, it writes code that JavaHelp can't handle--and this is a *JavaHelp* problem?!
> Before a vendor claims their tool is compatible with a particular format, shouldn't the tool write code that conforms to the published standard for that format?