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How many people distribute their documentation as .HTM files with the
product? Are you concerned that this might someday be flagged as a
Other than storing the documentation on the company web server (which seems
to be the way that most companies are going), are there formats that have
the following characteristics?
1) Looks modern, not like a CHM or Eclipse file.
2) Allows for CSH links from the product.
3) Can be packed into a tamper-proof form.
-- Andrew Harvie
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