Re: Multiplatform Documentation/Help/tutorials ...
Our new project is a client/server software package. The server runs on
Linux box. The client can run on Linux, UNIX or Windows.
We need to decide what tools we should use to develop online help,
tutorials/demos and, hopefully, natural language searching/expert
Do any of you currently work on a similar system?
Did you use html help, java help, or 'other' for the online help system?
Is there a platform independent tutorial/demo choice?
Any other suggestions?
Megan Golding | mgolding -at- secureworks -dot- net
Technical Writer | SecureWorks, Inc.
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