|Whats new in CRiSP||Sunday, 06 January 2008|
With HTML help, its easier to go through and give it consistency without worrying about Word crashing. Newer releases of Microsoft Office (Office 97, 2000, 2003, 2007) all break the older RTF file format used by CRiSP help.
Internally, the build of CRiSP compiles the HTML to compressed binary files, and from there, generates the character mode help from the compressed output file.
This has been lacking for many years - on the surface, it seemed reasonable, but on investigation, things broke, especially with the HTML conversion. For example, lists and tables.
This has undergone a variety of enhancements so that the help/txt files are readable and laid out sanely now.
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