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Webhelp is the cross-platform help output you need to generate. Your developers only need to call the topic URLs through your project's start page to launch context-sensitive help.
The RH online help has plenty of information about both subjects.
Thank you Leon for you immediate reply, is there any method to use HTML help to generate context sensitive help that run on Linux?
Yes, see my first reply (the developers call YourHelpStartPage.htm#ThisSpecificPageThatMatchesTheScreenName.htm). The key is that you name the topic the same as the name that developers assigned to the screen. RH WebHelp output is a cross-platform solution designed for access on a server (our app supports Windows, Linux, and Solaris).
You can even do field-level help in a similar manner, matching the app's field names to bookmarks in the screen topic.
If you have a merged project, you need to supply a "map" file that will allow the developers to identify the folder structure below the root (where the start page is). We call ours formpath.txt, and insert a series of CSV entries such as: