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"Component writers that do not at least take a quick look at GenHelp are
doing themselves a HUGE disservice.
Some of you may remember that I posted a message in this group a few weeks
ago looking for a WYSIWYG help authoring tool that supports component writers.
Well shortly after that I rediscovered GenHelp.
I gotta tell ya, it is a GREAT tool for anyone that needs to build a help
file for VCL components. I used to use HelpScribble, which is a great tool as
well. But GenHelp is *specifically* geared for generating help files for VCL
components. That fact makes it THE most productive tool I found to do that
After my intitial evaluation of GenHelp I knew that I would switch to
GenHelp if only its author would be responsive. We exchanged several messages
and I eventually gave him a laundry list of suggestions (mostly for improved
productivity) and bugs (most of them minor). In the short span of a few weeks,
Pete has fixed the bugs and added most of my suggestions. Needless to say, his
support has exceeded my expectations.
You can register GenHelp for $60. In my opinion GenHelp is worth much more
than that. I told Pete he should double or triple the price, but I see it's
still at $60. You should hurry up and register before he changes his mind. ;-)
Mike Kolter President, Customizable Components
I have downloaded the demo, decided that it is the best thing since sliced
bread, and have placed an order!
It's very easy and intuitive to use, and produces help files that seem to
follow the same format as Borland's own. Suddenly, the thought of documenting
my classes and components doesn't seem so daunting - it could even be fun!
I am a very happy user of Help and Manual (and remain so), but specifically
for component help, I've never found anything that comes close to this