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Hi

I'm looking for an online source code snippets manager. I've tried CodeKeep (www.codekeep.net) but find it quite slow and the adverts annoying. I've tried Koders (www.koders.com) but can't get past the email verification system.

I wondered if anyone here used or knew of such a system. I don't mind paying a reasonable fee to use the facility and it could even be something that I install on my own web site (my host supports php and MySQL and I use Mantis this way for bug tracking).

At the moment I work in two places and use the excellent Knowledge Base by OzmoSys (www.ozmosys.net.au/) - the only drawback being that I need to remember to add/edit code clips on both PCs.

Cheerio
Mike

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General Software Discussion / Help Authoring Gem
« on: September 05, 2007, 01:56 AM »
I recently needed to write a simple help file for an application I had developed and spent some time looking for an affordable help authoring solution. After trying a few demos of commercial software I stumbled across this superb piece of freeware called HelpMaker from Vizacc.

http://www.vizacc.com/

As well as the text editing application it comes with a range of other tools such as a button maker, pdf creator and so on.

It is so good, I cannot believe it is free and thought I must share this with you all. Appologies if this is old news and everyone already knows about it.

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