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The above methods plus FrameMaker's conditional text give a lot of
flexibility in single-sourcing various deliverables with common /
On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 6:57 AM, Crimmin, Peter<Peter -dot- Crimmin -at- nuance -dot- com> wrote:
> Request for ideas. I'm looking for a low-budget delivery mechanism that
> enables the following:
> * HTML documentation per product. For example, 3 trees of HTML
> information for 3 products.
> * Plug-able trees. For example, each tree installed separately,
> but accessible as one HTML system.
> * One Table of Contents. For example, opening help gives a ToC for
> whichever products are installed.
> I can do this with Eclipse Standalone Help. It's plug-able, but it has
> Here's the problem: I use FrameMaker=>WebWorks to produce HTML help for
> products that release on separate schedules. WebWorks builds a single,
> monolithic help system. You cannot re-generate/install a single branch.
> The solution must be free, or very inexpensive.
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