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Jane Bergen wrote:
> In my company, and in many others according to my colleagues, we are
> in a constant state of revision. It feels almost like a permanent
> beta product, in fact. This state may be due to the way we work...
Our product, too, tends to be customized. Many times an update or new
release will be specific to a single customer. What I've tried to do is
add links to release notes for each version, so that customer-specific
issues can be addressed without having to regenerate the .htm file each
time there's a minor change. Not as elegant a solution as I'd ultimately
like, but keeps the information up-to-date.
Joanne Grey Senior Technical Writer
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