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From TJ Frazier <tjfraz...@cfl.rr.com>
Subject Re: Conventions in help files
Date Mon, 06 Feb 2012 17:16:36 GMT
On 2/6/2012 11:11, J├╝rgen Schmidt wrote:
> Hi Regina,
>
> On 2/6/12 4:50 PM, Regina Henschel wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I'm going to add help texts for the new line caps and for corner style.
>> I found that the extended help tips have to go into
>> helpcontent2\source\text\shared\01\05200100.xhp.
>>
>> Inside that file the nodes get id-values. The first part is 'bm_id' or
>> 'hd_id' or 'par_id' according to the kind of node. That is followed by a
>> number. Does a convention exists, how to build that number?
>>
>> The attribute l10n had been used for the change from OOo1 to OOo2 but no
>> longer. What value is used for content, that has not exist in OOo1?
>> Should it be l10n="" (which means empty) or l10n="NEW"? The attribute is
>> required.
>>
>> I see bookmark nodes with identical branch attribute, for example
>> branch="hid/.uno:LineWidth" but different id-values. That makes no sense
>> to me, because the hid has to be a unique target in the help files.
>> Reason for the duplicate nodes?
>>
>> There are some remarks needed, which go beyond an extended help tip.
>> Where should I add them, to one of the 'guide'-files or make a new one.
>> Or exists plans to drop such information from help totally and only use
>> a Wiki for more detailed help?
>>
>
> you haven open pandora's box and probably nobody really knows how
> exactly it is used and were handled in the past. Or better the people
> who knows are not really active anymore in the project.
>
> I have some experience with creating help files for extension but these
> were very small and I had everything under my control ;-)
>
> I think Frank Peters have mentioned the help extension (xslt filter + a
> macro collection) that can be used to edit xhp files in the office and
> which provides some helper to manage the id's. That is at least what I
> remember but without guarantee.
>
> Hopefully the extension is available or we can find the code for it. It
> will probably help to understand it.
>
> Sorry that I can't provide more help here (or should I say information)
>
> Juergen
>
>
Uwe Fischer has posted on this list (12/08 and 12/09, re the 
BerkeleyDB). He should know the answers right away.

My strong suspicion is that the l10n tag has to do with warning the 
translators that localization is needed.
  /tj/


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