Apologies if this question has already been asked at some point in the past - I searched around for a while and couldn't find anything.
We use RoboHelp 7 to author our help files then compile to HTML format. Currently this is a manual process. We have an automated build process for the application itself and are interested in compiling the help files with the command line compiler as part of that process. This process runs in a Windows Server 2003 environment.
I have read countless times in the forum that RoboHelp is not designed to run in a Windows server environment and of course I have tried. It installs OK but throws licensing errors when activation is attempted and then exits.
My question is... Is there any way to get just the command line compiler going in a Windows Server 2003 environment?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Not that I know of - however, you could run RH in a command line fashion on a local workstation and then have the resulting CHM file copied up to wherever your application is built.
Hmmm... Thanks Jeff but I think that goes right back to the realm of a manual process.
Any other thoughts?