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Subject:Re: Two versions of help From:"Jean A. Pratt" <JPRATT -at- ID2 -dot- USU -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 3 May 1996 13:51:14 MST7MDT
>Bruce White mentioned that:
> I expect the tools will soon allow you to choose which compiler to use at
> compilation time.
> The tool that I use (HDK3) does, it has a drop down list to choose the
> compiler. Win 3.1, Win95 are currently on the list. Others, NT and HTML will
> be added to this list in future versions. (Especially if people keep asking
> Virtual Media for this feature.)
Doc-to-Help provides a compiler choice as well. The dilemma for us
was to choose which way to go. The Win95 option offered some fun
bells and whistles but we think most of our end users may still be
3.1, and the Windows 3.1 help engine wouldn't run our help compiled
for 95, soooo....
Jean A. Pratt
ID2 Research Group
Dept. of Instructional Technology
Utah State University
Logan, UT 84322-2830
JPRATT -at- ID2 -dot- USU -dot- EDU http://www.coe.usu.edu/it/id2/
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