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Scenario: Company X sells an application to developers who heavily customize it
then sell the customization to their own customers. Because of the extent of the
customization, X's own end-user documentation for the application doesn't work
well for the customers of the customizer. So what X does is provide the
developer/customizer with an end-user doc kit, containing
materials/templates/instructions for producing end-user docs.
Does this sort of thing ever happen? Anyone know of anything like this?