.chm files for builtin programs?

Jacek Caban jacek at codeweavers.com
Sat Feb 12 08:19:19 CST 2011

On 2/11/11 5:06 AM, Dan Kegel wrote:
> Hi all,
> The native dxdiag uses a .chm file for its help system,
> so ours might as well, too.
> I see there's a .chm file checked in to git (in dlls/itss/tests).
> Any objection to checking a .chm file into programs/dxdiag,
> along with its source files and script to build it?
> I think there's an open source .chm compiler at
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/chmc/
> Haven't tried it yet.  If that doesn't work, we can use Microsoft's hhc.

The right way to add chm file is implementing .chm compiler as a plain 
UNIX application and use it in build time to product .chm files. It's a 
proposed GSoC for a few years now (even there was one failed attempt in 
implementing it).


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