Doc-O-Matic

Resources

Considerations for Bigger Projects This article outlines strategies and techniques for setup and management of bigger source code documentation projects.
Plugging into Help 2 Systems This article explains the plug-in integration process of Doc-O-Matic generated Help 2 systems such as the Microsoft Visual Studio Documentation and the Borland Help System.
Using TFHxReg for Help 2 Registration Beginning with version 6, Doc-O-Matic comes with its own tool for registering Help 2 content, named TFHxReg. It is a command line utility that takes an XML command file as input. The command file contains the instructions for registration and unregistration of namespaces, titles, filters and plugins.
Using Modules Modules allow for dividing the output into separate parts with their own symbol reference structure and class hierarchy diagram. This article provides a quick introduction into setting up modules for your project.
Branding the Output This article describes the basic steps to brand the output to make it fit into your corporate identity.
Localization This article provides step-by-step instructions on how to achieve fully localized documentation output in your language.
Master and Dependent Projects A new feature in Doc-O-Matic 6 Professional is the ability to inherit all settings from another project by defining a master project. When a master project is used, a project only saves settings that that are different to the master project's setup. This article explains how to setup a master-dependent project hierarchy successfully.
Team Development Doc-O-Matic works great in a team development environment. This article explains strategies on how to setup and use Doc-O-Matic in an mixed development environment with programmers editing source, technical writers working on off-source documentation and documentation managers responsible for project management.
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