[plt-scheme] User Documentation in Help Desk

From: Williams, M. Douglas (M.DOUGLAS.WILLIAMS at saic.com)
Date: Mon Mar 6 11:14:25 EST 2006

I am reformatting the science collection documentation to fit into the Help
Desk documentation scheme and have a few questions.


1. Are there any tools to help automate the development of the keywords and
hdindex files?  For example, the document has an index and it would be nice
to have that information used to generate the hdindex file.


2. I finally gave up getting a working PLT Scheme, TeX, tex2page, gs,
netpbm, ... combination working on my Windows box.  On my Linux box I had a
working combination up and running in (literally) a few minutes.  Does
anyone have the magic combination to getting it to work on Windows?  [My
laptop is Windows only and I like working on such things when I travel.
Dual boot isn't an option because of a corporate, Windows-only hard disk
encryption system.]


3. Are there any remaining 'gotchas' I just haven't gotten to yet?  Or, any
lessons learned that will help make the documentation work seamlessly with
the help desk and generally be better for the end user?


Thanks in advance,



M. Douglas Williams, Ph.D.

Sr. Scientist

Science Applications International Corporation


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