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From: Dennis Cannell <dcannell@us...> - 2001-10-10 07:57:17
> > Or, if there was an executable named 'help', then rox would instea=
> > execute it, so each application could implement its own help =
> > viewer, =
> > if it wants to. This exe would probably be just a shellscript =
> > calling '<appdir>/AppRun --help' or =
> > 'xterm -e less <appdir>/Help/README'.
> I rather like being able to see an app's help files without any risk of=
> running it's own code. And if it does open a file by default, how does =
RISCOS used to have !Help ;-)
aahhh !Run,!Boot,!RunImage I remember them well.... ahhhh
Sorry, just a brand new ROX user noticing the really excellent similariti=
!Help was just a plain text file that was opened with the default editor =
you've described above. Anyone know how MacOS X appdirs do it?