Rascal Software announced on Monday that
Veredus 2.0, which it is demonstrating at Apple’s
Worldwide Developers Conference
this week, will ship in the third quarter. The new version of its help file creation and management tool adds easy importing of legacy Microsoft Word and Adobe FrameMaker files, a better print engine from RenderX, single-source files that can be output to a variety of formats, including PDF, and a workgroup module designed to help document writers collaborate across platforms. Pricing is US$899 for the Single Client or Workgroup Module version and $699 for a
from such applications as Macromedia RoboHelp, AuthorIt and others listed on the Rascal Software Web site. System requirements for the Mac OS X version had not been released on the company’s Web site as MacCentral posted this article.