William Van Hecke, Omni Group’s User Experience Lead has released Helpify, a Python script that turns OmniOutliner files into Apple Help books.
VMware released its Mac virtualization product with an extremely annoying incompatibility — it won’t work properly with Windows systems running CVSNT.
Once of the main complaints about the CVS version control system is that it’s difficult to move or rename files as your project structure changes.
Recently, a client asked how to set up the RenderX XSL FO processor to transform DITA maps to PDF with oXygen XML Editor on Mac OS X.
David Peralty has a nice tutorial on using Subversion to keep WordPress current by checking out the latest code directly from the Automattic repository.
Zürich-based indy developer Zennaware has released Cornerstone, the latest attempt to make the Subversion experience more Mac-like.
A year after the initial hype, Mac Subversion client Versions celebrates the anniversary by actually releasing a beta app.
John Gruber has released a script that transforms selected text into title case based on guidelines from the New York Times Manual of Style.
oXygen XML Editor 9.2 includes a new XML Author mode and DITA Maps Manager with a streamlined interface for content authoring and common map editing tasks.
TechSmith is offering version 7.2 of their Windows screenshot tool SnagIt for free to attract users to the latest version (8.2).
Tom Armitage has built a CSS Redundancy Checker that scans a CSS file for selectors that are not used by any HTML files in a specified directory.
A new system-wide Mac OS X service converts Markdown to XHTML (and vice versa) with keyboard shortcuts.