Temp folders by RoboHelp

Subject: Temp folders by RoboHelp
From: "Robert Milkovich" <rmilkovich -at- advancedutility -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 11:52:58 -0400

Hi everyone,

I'm using RoboHelp X3 HTML. Every time I generate a new chm file, RoboHelp
creates a temp folder called /!ssl!/!chm_temp_folder_n where n=a number.

Problem is, RoboHelp keeps making these temp folders and now I have 35 of
them in my !ssl! directory. These temp folders contain a copy of the entire
Help project. My project is 19mb, so you can imagine what a problem it is to
have 19mb X 35 copies moving around the network all the time.

Two questions:
1. Can I make RoboHelp delete temp folders after it has finished generating
a chm?
2. Is there any harm in my deleting the old temp folders? What impact does
this have on the chm or anything else in RoboHelp?

Thanks everyone!

Rob Milkovich
Toronto, Canada


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