Re: XML to CHM or WebHelp

Subject: Re: XML to CHM or WebHelp
From: Joe Malin <jmalin -at- jmalin -dot- com>
To: Yves Barbion <yves -dot- barbion -at- gmail -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 10:18:48 -0800

XML to HTML via XSLT. You can probably do up the control files with XSLT as well. XSLT rocks!

Yves Barbion wrote:

Hello techwhirlers,

I've got an XML file (exported from a database) and I've been asked to
convert it to HTMLHelp (chm) or WebHelp. The possible scenarios I see for
the moment are the following:

- Import the XML file into FrameMaker, create a FrameMaker book and
generate a TOC. Create a WebWorks project and publish the FrameMaker book as
HTMLHelp or WebWorks Help.
- Import the XML file into RoboHelp X5 or MadCap Flare, generate TOC
there and publish as chm.

Any other options? I guess xml > xslt > chm must be possible as well?

Thanks in advance.

Best regards


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