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[solved] AutoIt Script Help file creation

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avery

I want to make a .chm help file for my AutoIt program. The same kind that SciTE has.

I found Windows PowerShell Graphical Help File and HTML Helper but neither seem to let me make the .chm help file, only read or convert an existing one.

How are other people in here generating good documentation for their apps?

I appreciate ;) any leads to constructing these types of files please.

Thanks,

Avery

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www.abox.orgAvery HowellVisit My AutoIt Websitehttp://www.abox.org

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Andreik

I want to make a .chm help file for my AutoIt program. The same kind that SciTE has.

I found Windows PowerShell Graphical Help File and HTML Helper but neither seem to let me make the .chm help file, only read or convert an existing one.

How are other people in here generating good documentation for their apps?

I appreciate ;) any leads to constructing these types of files please.

Thanks,

Avery

I use Microsoft HTML Help Workshop.


When the words fail... music speaks

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Euler G.

I want to make a .chm help file for my AutoIt program. The same kind that SciTE has.

I found Windows PowerShell Graphical Help File and HTML Helper but neither seem to let me make the .chm help file, only read or convert an existing one.

How are other people in here generating good documentation for their apps?

I appreciate :D any leads to constructing these types of files please.

Thanks,

Avery

I use HelpScribble (commercial) and Vizacc HelpMaker, that is free. Latter is being used in Koda's project. It comes with all compilers, de-compilers and the price is just right. ;)

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avery

I use HelpScribble (commercial) and Vizacc HelpMaker, that is free. Latter is being used in Koda's project. It comes with all compilers, de-compilers and the price is just right. ;)

Thanks for this new link. Just in time too. The Microsoft tool I downloaded is not very user friendly at all. I've managed to make it crash on me several times already.

It won't even append the file extensions on save :D

I am checking out Vizacc right now. Again, much thanks for your kind help sir.

edit:

Uh-oh. I knew I'd pay for using this old PC at work for projects.

System Requirements:

o 800 x 600 minimum resolution

o 512 MB ram

o Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista.

o 100mb HDD space or more.

Sad yes, I know. I only have 256 MB ram in this damn thing ;)

Maybe that is why the Microsoft one crashed.

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www.abox.orgAvery HowellVisit My AutoIt Websitehttp://www.abox.org

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