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Editing in the help facility
When you are in editing mode, apart from obtaining information you may
also add, modify and delete information. Further commands are available to you.
There also exists the concept of the input node. This is the topic which you
last added,or modified, at this session. Extra links to this topic may be added
or deleted (Killed). Links are only deleted between the "-->" node and the
input node, where the latter is an immediate sub-category of the former. If it
is necessary to make a node the input node, type M for modify, but simply type
return when modifications are requested. The file names associated with a node
are entered in the form :- browse.hlp%*browse where browse.hlp is the text to
be displayed, and browse.exe is the file to run. If the info is stored in a lbr
style library then the form is file%module*file. The files may have a device,
and or a directory specified, and default to being on sys: in their absence.
The commands available to you are, (* indicating the editing commands) :-
(- indicating not available )
*Add Add a link to the input node as a sub-category of the
*Create Create a new node as a sub-category of the "-->" node.
*Delete Delete the "-->" node, and those left without a super-category.
*Exit Leave this program, ** saving the modifications made in **
** a new version of the data file **
(-Generations) Specifies the depth of sub-catagories which may be displayed
on the screen, (1-4). (Appears to be of v. little use !!)
Help Display this message on the screen.
Information Display the information about this topic.
*Kill link Kill (delete) the link from the "-->" node to the input node,
as a sub-category.
Locate Search for a topic by name. A topic name containing the
requested text will be found.
*Modify Modify the name of the "-->" node or is associated files, and
make it the input node. The names do not have to be modified in
order to make it the input node.
Next Find the next topic name containing the requested text.
Print Print the information about this topic.
*Quit Exit from the program without creating a new data file.
Run Run the program associated with this topic, if available.
Top Go to the start of the topics.
*Update Create a new version of the data file.
*Wizard Enter editing mode.
*Xpunge Run the garbage collector.
*? Display the names of the files associated with a topic.
up-arrow Move the "-->" up one topic
down-arrow Move the "-->" down one topic
left-arrow Show the super-categories of this topic
right-arrow Show the sub-categories of this topic