|Re: Centralized Eclipse Help-System [message #612020 is a reply to message #473577]
||Wed, 23 April 2008 16:46
Originally posted by: nospam_kowalskilee.gmail.com|
There I was trying help in infocenter-mode, which works fine,
> but in this case I couldn't get my F1-context-help to work.
What version of Eclipse are you using?
> On top of that I am also searching for a wiki-like way to maintain the
> help-contents so people who are not developers can maintain the help
> Has anyone ever done anything like this or any idea how to achive my goals?
Are you envisioning a practice where:
a. Help content is served in infocenter mode.
b. People maintain the help content directly inside the running
infocenter by editing directly in the infocenter?
Or something multi-step:
a. Developers create the help contents and put into a wiki-like structure.
b. People in the developers' company, but not developers, maintain the
help contents in the wiki-like structure.
c. At scheduled times, the help contents gets piped out to the running
infocenter, where the final users see it?
I've seen some ideas floating around on how to do the multi-step
process. I haven't seen any implementation yet of direct wiki-like
function in Eclipse infocenter mode yet.
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