Converting WinHelp projects to HTMLHelp

HHPMod is a software tool created by Sid Penstone for converting WinHelp projects to HTML Help format. It rewrites the project created by HTML Workshop to restore the original Context IDs and the context-sensitive support files.

As a result of a contact from a user with a very large WinHelp project Sid has modified HHPMod to remove the limit on the number of topic files that it will handle. It has been tested with more than 2000 topics, and should handle as many as HTML Workshop can process. As well as handling much large numbers of topic files, it identifies files containing graphical „hot spots“ for manual editing, and has fixed some display bugs.

The new version is 2.5.9, replacing 2.4.8. Download from Sid’s web site http://post.queensu.ca/~penstone/ .

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  1. LittleTyke sagt:

    I have successfully followed the instructions at http://www.help-info.de/en/Help_Info_WinHelp/hw_converting.htm to convert my WinHelp file. I also used Sid Penstone’s HHPMod.

    Only one query at the moment: Why does the Contents page in the .chm file have a question mark preceding every entry? What must I do to remove these? I have so far not found anything helpful on the web. Thanks.

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