RE: beyond RoboHELP

Subject: RE: beyond RoboHELP
From: Paul Hanson <PHanson -at- Quintrex -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2000 12:58:22 -0600

I work in RoboHELP 75% of the time I'm at work.

Incidently, RH is not the 'only' HAT you could use. There is freeware at
Josef Becker's site http://www.helpmaster.com/ that you could use.

Also, in some research I did in 8/99, I came up with the following list
of 26 HAT vendors:
<Disclaimer: I haven't verified these links in over a year; this list
for informational purposes only>

RoboHELP <http://www.ehelp.com> from eHelp Corp.
Doc-To-Help <http://www.Wextech.com/doc2help.htm> from WexTech Software;

Help Express <http://www.force927.com/soft4all/products.html> from
Soft4All;
HTML Help
<http://www.microsoft.com/workshop/author/htmlhelp/default.asp> from
Microsoft Corp.;
ForeHelp <http://www.ff.com/> from ForeFront;
NetHelp <http://home.netscape.com/eng/help/home/home.htm> from Netscape
Communications Corp;.
HDK: Hypertext Development Kit <http://www.virtualmedia.com.au/> from
Virtual Media Technology Pty. Ltd.;
Help Magician Pro <http://www.sinterphase.com/hmpro95.htm> from Software
Interphase;
AutoDoc <http://www.oscl.com/> from Optical Systems;
EasyHelp/Web <http://www.easyhelp.com/> from Eon Solutions Ltd.;
HelpBreeze <http://www.solutionsoft.com/hlpbrz.htm> from Solutionsoft;
eAuthorHelp <http://www.hyperact.com/eAuthorHelp.html> from HyperAct;
HELLLP! <http://mindlink.net/Ed_Guy/helllp.html> From Guy Software;
Help & Manual <http://www.easycash.co.at/index.html> from Easycash
Software;
Help Pad <http://www.gcnet.com/bw/hpad/> from BW Soft;
HelperWare <http://www.webspan.net/~ditech/helperv4.html> from Riggs
Publications;
Help Writers Assistant <http://nz.com/olson/intro.htm> from Olson
Software;
HyperHelp <http://www.bristol.com/Products/hyperhlp.html> from Bristol
Technology;
HelpGen <http://www.rimrocksoftware.com/helpgen.html> from RimRock
Software;
HelpHikes Pro <http://web.superb.net/helphikes/> from Sanjay Kanade;
JavaHelp <http://java.sun.com/products/javahelp/> from Sun Microsystems;

Help Maker Plus <http://www.TampaBayMart.com/Exhedra/helpmakerplus/>
from Ian Ippolito;
helpMATIC <http://members.aol.com/harbsg/hsgsstext.html> from HSG
Software Solutions;
MasterHelp <http://www.richmond.infi.net/~psi/>from Performance
Software;
MiniHelp Plus <http://www.sky.net/~parnote/mhp35.htm> from Paul Arnote;
Windows Help Designer <http://www.devgr.com/docs/whd.html> from Nick
Ameladiotis.


> Ideas, suggestions, comments, solutions, etc. appreciated.
Paul Hanson
Documentation Team
Quintrex Data Systems
http://www.quintrex.com
http://pandomag.com/featurestext/TheViewFromHear.htm


-----Original Message-----
From: mike w [SMTP:techmail_mike -at- yahoo -dot- com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2000 12:21 PM
To: TECHWR-L
Subject: beyond RoboHELP

Just curious....how many of you would say that RoboHELP is an
essential part of your job? How often do you use it, now, and in the
past?

I think I've been led to believe for a long time that RoboHELP
is a vital component of being a technical writer. I'm starting to
wonder though. Just seems that there are less costly and more efficient
methods out there...

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