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Help System


SPHelp provides table of content display, index search, favorite list, keyword search and content editing with multiple formats.
 
Table of Contents Table of Contents
TOC is generated automatically during the document loading. The content form provides search facility so that users can find chapters or topics from within the TOC.

Index Index
The index list is generated automatically during the document loading. It is fast and easy to use. To find an article, simply type the keyword in the 'Look for' text box, the index form will lead you to the item in the list instantly.

Built-in Editor Built-in Editor
SPHelp has a built-in editor for help content editing. You can also create help content from any other editor and cut/paste to editor form. The editor support plain text, rich text format, file link and webpage.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is QuickDev Studio a free software?

Yes, QuickDev Studio v0.7 is a free evaluation version (limited to 180 days of usage). Anyone can download the software without registration requirements. If you want to continue your usage after 180 days, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

Does QuickDev Studio come with any compiler tools?

No, the QuickDev Studio does not come with any compiler tools. You must setup your existing compiler tools to work with QuickDev Studio. For more information, please refer to your IDE User Guide|Build System|Toolset Manager.

Does QuickDev Studio require a makefile to build the project?

No, the QuickDev Studio provides an easy to use, highly configurable, GUI based build system to replace the functionalities of the makefile.

Does QuickDev Studio support source level debugging?

Yes, the QuickDev Studio comes with a full featured source level debugger capable of debugging multi-core multi-target systems. Using QuickDev Debug Agent, you can perform remote debugging via internet or intranet.

Does QuickDev Studio support ARM/Thumb interworking?

Yes, QuickDev Studio is fully aware of instruction size. The code window is capable of handling both ARM, Thumb and ARM/Thumb mixed modules.

I want to create an add-in for QuickDev Studio, how do I get started?

First you need to contact us and let us know which add-in you want to create so that we can prepare necessary files for you. When you finished your development, send us the assembly for strong name signing.