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> Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2005 9:12 AM
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> Subject: Re: [Zope3-dev] Questions about onlinehelp
> Hi Roger
> >> <include package=".help" />
> >> I got the message:
> >> NameError: name 'helpsystem' is not defined
> >> What is the missing piece?
> I have found the error,,
> The biggest error is sitting in front of the keyboard ;-))
> I don't know how, the word "helpsystem" was inserted by me in
> __init__.py. I haven't realiased the meaning of the messages in the
> >> 2. The content of the online-help says:
> >> The Online Help supports
> >> * plain text documents
> >> * structured text documents
> >> * restructured text documents
> >> * HTML documents
> >> * Page template based content
> >> but HTML and ZPT's are rendered as resturctured text, so there is a
> >> difference between reality and online help.
> >> Will that be changing in the future?
> > I don't understand this? What's not working? Do you really use
> > a ZPT and also use the right class for the help:regsiter directive?
> If the help:register directive looks like that:
> title="my first application"
Use the right class for register ZPT's as help topics.
This should look like this:
title="my first application"
otherwise you get "REST" restructured text regsistred like
> And the content of packag_intro.pt is:
> tal:content="context/title">Title</title></head><body>This is a ZPT
> the source of the rendered page is :
> <p><div class="document">
> head><body>This is a ZPT
> > See src\zope\app\onlinehelp\tests\help.zcml this is what we test.
> >> 3. Ok, I am using resturctured text, but I can't use all german
> >> characters. How can I configure other encodings for the
> online help?
> > What do you need?
> Showing german umlauts in helpscreens. This problem could be solved
> with the correct rendering of zpt-pages.
> Thanks for your help.
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