Rascal Software has released a new version of Veredus, bringing it to version 2.0. Veredus is a utility designed for authoring help documentation. The latest release features enhanced legacy document support and remote collaboration enabling. According to Rascal Software:
Rascal Software, a provider of quality single-sourcing software for content creation, editing and multi-channel publishing, today announced the availability of Veredus 2.0 for the Windows, Macintosh and Linux operating systems.
The help authoring documentation tool now includes easy importing from legacy files, an improved print engine from RenderX, and a workgroup module that facilitates cross-platform collaboration among documentation professionals.
New Features of Veredus 2.0 Include:
- Incorporates enhanced support for importing legacy Microsoft Word and Adobe Frame Maker documents
- Creates single-source content that can be transformed to various online help formats or to print formats such as Adobe PDF. Quality printing is now possible with a new and powerful print engine from RenderX
- Is the only product on Macintosh that generates output to Apple Help formats, for both Jaguar and Panther Mac OS X releases
- Imports chm and hlp projects easily
- Enables remote collaboration via a workgroup module that serves as a networked repository and supports check-in and check-out
You can find more information about the latest Veredus release at the Rascal Software Web site. Veredus 2.0 is available for US$899.00.