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Those of you also subscribing to the Winhelp list are
getting a double-whammy. :-)
We are moving some of our applications to other
platforms. This isn't a problem with paper documentation,
but is for our online documentation.
Recommendations so far have included third-party tools,
(We have Apple Guide)
Anyone aware of conversion tools I haven't mentioned?
Could I use FrameMaker and FrameViewer for Unix
somehow? Forehelp for Unix?
Our engineers are using a development package that can take
Windows applications and port them to many other platforms.
This package will include a help engine in its next release,
which I am assuming will allow me to take our Windows HELP
over to other platforms.
Anyone using a help engine included with the cross-development
software used to produce the software they document?