HTML Help and stability

Subject: HTML Help and stability
From: Sabra Aaron <saaron -at- JHUDIS -dot- DEV -dot- JHU -dot- EDU>
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 1998 08:33:11 -0500

This may be really obvious, but it occurred to me that one major
impediment to a stable HTMLHelp standard (similar to the relative
stability of WinHelp) is the litigation currently underway in
Washington, DC. If the Justice Department rules that the IE browser
cannot be an integral part of the operating system, MS's HTMLHelp
standard becomes totally non-standard and funky.

So I don't have any insight on what to do, and remained a bit stymied as
I try to decide how we're going to develop a new help system -- WinHelp?
WebHelp? Probably both.


Awaiting a decision from my developers
Sabra Aaron
Technical Training Specialist
Development Information Systems
The Johns Hopkins University
410-516-7694 vox / 410-516-3351 fax

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