Generating friendly HTM file names from Sandcastle


Sandcastle generates GUID file names for HTM. With the release of November CTP you can generated friendly HTM names. The blog post http://blogs.msdn.com/sandcastle/archive/2006/07/29/Creating-a-Chm-build-using-Sandcastle.aspx explains steps for generating a CHM output. To generate friendly HTM names replace step 5 for transforming the output with the following: 


XslTransform /xsl:..\..\ProductionTransforms\AddOverloads.xsl reflection.org


/xsl:..\..\ProductionTransforms\AddFriendlyFilenames.xsl


/out:reflection.xml


 


In the above step we releace AddGuidFilenames.xsl with AddFriendlyFilenames.xsl. Doing the above will generate friendly HTM names for the files in the Output/html folder.


 


 


Anand..

Comments (2)

  1. gfraiteur says:

    A good feature, useful when help files are deployed on a web server, would be to generate multi-level directories. This is because some file systems don’t like large directories…

    Say the hash value of a filename is 457863. It may be in the directory ./html/45/78/63.

    Gael

  2. CoqBlog says:

    la CTP de Novembre de Sandcastle est disponible . Au menu : What’s new in this version: Support for the

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