Can somebody out there explain how to use help compiler
from Borland C++ 3.1 - does it really work and I'm just missing something?
When I tried to add to my application a facility to supply context
help from a dialog box ('Help' button) I got the following:
When destroying THelpWindow after a user closes it the application
terminates with assertion failed in file new.cpp (TV file).
De* tells that it happens when THelpContext objects get
destroyed and heapcheck() in new.cpp says the heap is in wrong state.
I'm not sure it's done by my code 'cause all I do is :
it = new THelpWindow(...
Perhaps someone have already run into this problem. Any advice will
be greatly appreciated. BTW, help compiler built from Borland's sources
does not work it all - it terminates with that same assertion failed in
new.cpp [Ha-ha!]. It can't even cope with Borland's help file example.
Thanks in advance.