The Help System Developer's Toolkit contains tools to write, process, and view online help and contains an application programming library.
HelpTag markup language--a set of tags used in text files to mark organization and content of your online help.
HelpTag software--a set of software tools for converting the HelpTag files you write into run-time help files.
Helpview application--a viewer program for displaying your online help so you can read and interact with it just as your audience will.
Refer to Chapter 2, Organizing and Writing a Help Volume, to learn more about creating and processing online help.
DtHelp programming library--an application program interface (API) for integrating help windows into your application.
A sample program--a simple example that shows how to integrate the Help System into an OSF/Motif application (see note).
Chapters 9 through 13 discuss the application programming library.