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> The key is to make the documentation sufficiently integrated into the software, automatically configuring like any other aspect of the module, such as library or database requirements.
That's what I was thinking, but I don't have the technical background to know how difficult it is or what tools lend themselves to this kind of dev/product integration. Obviously I can learn the skills necessary, I just need a starter for ten :)
Anne: is this the sort of thing you achieved with your FrameMaker books?
Writer Tip: Create 10 different outputs with Doc-To-Help -- including Mobile and EPUB.