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Subject:Re: Cross-Platform Help From:Mark Merkow <mmerkow -at- ASU -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 7 Dec 1995 12:42:33 -0700
How about good-old HTML ????
Mark Merkow, CCP email: mmerkow -at- imap1 -dot- asu -dot- edu
College of Business
Decision and Information Systems
On Thu, 7 Dec 1995, Beryl Doane wrote:
> I'm looking for info on creating online help for multiple platforms. My
> company develops software for HP-UNIX, SCO-UNIX, Windows, and OS/2. I am
> looking for a help authoring tool that handles single source files with
> mutiple output platforms.
> We have been using Dovetail Help System and XVT development software. The
> major draw backs are the lack of project management tools, working in tagged
> ASCII files only, and platform-specific bugs. Has anyone found something
> like RoboHelp that works across at least 2 other platforms?