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Subject:Re: RoboHelp and SourceSafe Question From:"Tara Charter" <tara -dot- charter -at- physiciansmutual -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com Date:Fri, 14 Apr 2006 09:46:45 -0500
Have you checked out the source files, modified them, and then checked them back into SourceSafe? Have you tested the process of reading
the *.chm in the Development environment? RoboHELP should automate this process since it integrates with SourceSafe.
> Happy Friday,
> I've got a question about RoboHelp and SourceSafe, a
> version control database.
> We've got a product with an Access front end that
> makes reference to a .chm help file. We released a new
> version of the product but never changed that
> reference. We're going to release documentation for
> the new version but have to give the updated .chm the
> same name as the old file.
> Since not much has changed between versions, (the
> release was mostly a bug fix) I copied the old project
> and created a new directory. In RoboHelp, I created
> new folders for the new version. I import the old html
> files into designated folders in RoboHelp and when I
> edit those imported files, changes are made to the old
> files as well.
> I don't want to change what we have in our old
> version files, I just want ot start fresh with the new
> stuff. Any ideas about how I should go about this?
> Anthony Hernandez
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