A developer wrote a chm project describing a database and a
set of reports. He also provided the same project in a folder
containing the uncompressed HTML files. I need to import all of the
HTML files (and re-use the css and images folder with its
contents). There are over 500 files in the chm project.
How can I import the entire content efficiently into an
existing webhelp project I created in Adobe RoboHelp 7?
Is there a chm conversion that I might have missed? I tried
out the chm decompiler in RoboHelp. It seems I would still have to
import each HTML file one at a time.
Is there a CLI batch command I can use from the run command
in Windows? How would I loop it in DOS? I can try out an example
you send and tweak the parameters. It's been decades since I used
First backup your existing project so that if the import does
not go as expected, you can recover.
You don't have to import one file at a time. Create the
developers folder structure in your project. Then highlight one
folder and select import. Browse to the developer's folder and
select all the files in it. Repeat for each folder.