> As Postgres is now going native to Windows platform, many people will
> probably want a CHM format (HTML Help) of the manuals.
> I have made one from the User Guide, and I can make those from the other
> manuals too if people would like to see more of them. The CHM is at address
> There is also a web viewing capability at address
> Further, that document (and others) can be edited also in the web by the
> software that I've made the CHM with. You can test the editing at address.
> Username: pg
> password: 1a2s3d
> - The wysiwyg editor requires IE. Use "plain" editor (set from
> File->preferences) if you don't have IE.
> If you want to take that software in to use, I can give a license of it to
> PostgreSQL community. In any case, I can create CHMs for you if you want.
I have added that to the Win32 project page:
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