The export described is the same in RH10 as it is in RH8. So I would
guess you would be fine.
If you tried it, please let us know whether it worked for you.
I am not able to do this step as i cant find option Export Project to XHMTL on RH10. Can you please help.
Step 1 RoboHelp[edit | edit source]
- From within RoboHelp, move all image files in RoboHelp to a root directory called images
- Generate a XML Output file from the Single Source Layouts. To do that, you have to choose the option Export Project to XHMTL
- Note the name of the XML Project.
Look in the Single Source Layouts pod. You may need to right-click the pod and choose to create a new layout. From there, you would then see XML among the choices.
It worked ! Thank you :-)
Ok. Go to the Single Source Layouts pod. Click the New Layout button
(the document with the star). In the field Output Type select the XML
You generate this output just as you would a another output.
I am facing issue in Migrating Robohelp to Wiki. The MediaWiki I am using is 1.15.1 and the RoboHelp2Wiki V0.9 conversion tool I have received from JK Group supports MediaWiki 1.7 and above.
I have learnt that by making some modification to the source code of RoboHelp2WIki and recomplile the java file, things would work fine, I am not able to find the source code for RoboHelp2Wiki online or even after requesting JK Group.
Can anyone please let me know how to proceed with this.
Since this tool is released under GNU license, I would expect the JK
Group to publish the source code. I'm not a legal expert, but I think
that the license requires them to give you the source code if you
receive their application:
For example, if you distribute copies of such a program, whether
gratis or for a fee, you must pass on to the recipients the same
freedoms that you received. You must make sure that they, too, receive
or can get the source code.
I would urge you to contact them again.
If you get the source code and update the application, you must also
release it under GNU. I'd be happy to host your version of the software
and the source code for posterity.