possible documentation viewer?

Sean Wheller sean at inwords.co.za
Fri Jun 3 14:59:55 UTC 2005

On Friday 03 June 2005 17:00, Jeff Waugh wrote:
> > Yelp is a *GNOME* help viewer for *GNOME Documents* on *GNOME Apps*.
> And displays HTML where required.

Yes, and this, considering the things we want  to do, is why I chose X/HTML so 
that the docs can still be viewed under Yelp and KHelpcenter and any browser. 
It's just that we do not have to concern ourselves with the overhead over 
compatability and support for various things not supported in Yelp.

At the time I was not getting very far in getting upstream to accommodate even 
small stuff because of the limit on developer resources. Rather than keep 
bitching at them and getting nowhere I aimed at a solution that I know can 
Sean Wheller
Technical Author
sean at inwords.co.za
Registered Linux User #375355
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