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Request for an updated SQLite Syntax.chm

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Would the extremely talented person that makes the incredibly nice SQLite Syntax.chm, distributed with each AutoIt3 update, please make a special run with the current version (3.16.18) and post it.

Actually, I would very much like to know how it's produced. I've tried a few web site extractors, but none come out any where as good as yours.

Thanks,

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Here is the link for the official SQL documentation download to get you started.

http://sqlite.org/sqlite_docs_3_6_18.zip


George

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Here is the link for the official SQL documentation download to get you started.

http://sqlite.org/sqlite_docs_3_6_18.zip

Thanks GEOSoft, even though I don't know what to do with the source. I compiled it using Help & Manual, but since I don't know how to set it up, it came out less than useless.

Thanks anyway,

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks GEOSoft, even though I don't know what to do with the source. I compiled it using Help & Manual, but since I don't know how to set it up, it came out less than useless.

Thanks anyway,

ILLBeBack

Forget about help and Manual and the rest of those crap programs. Download the HTML Help Workshop from Microsoft (where it says download htmlhelp.exe). Build your TOC page and optionally the index page. Compile it. It's that simple. The only part that will take some time to get right is the TOC.

Edit: I should have added this part.

You already have a good example of how to build the file just by decompiling the existing SQL chm file. It doesn't take any special software to do that. Just open the Run dialog and type hh.exe /? and I'm sure you will figure it out. Think "decompile". It could be that all you have to do is replace the existing pages with the new ones and recompile.

Edited by GEOSoft

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Thanks for the info GEOSoft! I already have HTML Help Workshop (it was needed by Help & Manual), so I'll give this a try as soon I get the time (busy today).

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