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Is there a standard for online help for X Window applications--something analagous to the Winhelp standard for Windows applications?
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The nearest thing to a "standard" is XHelp - this was developed by the W3 organization. An implementation can be found at ftp://ftp.a.org/R5contrib/xhelp.V1.3.tar.Z


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I want to change my grade! ftp.a.org doesn't exist!
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Sorry - typo. That's "ftp.x.org"
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