I don't have any source files. I just have the WebHelp folder only.
This link Reverse Engineering did not do much help as i have more than 200 files or topics.
And each file has hyperlink and cross-references which are not working.
My actual concern is the webhelp that I have is not compatible to IE edge. I found a .js but for that i need to generate the output again. For that I need to open my project file.
I saw a good way to open a .chm file in RH and edit it.
Can someone please help me out.
I had a similar problem and found a way to rebuild a project fairly quickly. I had compiled html5 files and a project from an earlier release.
This what I did:
If you don't have an old version, you will need to rebuild the TOC manually to match the TOC of the webhelp files. The Index Wizard is a quick way to build an acceptable index. Glossary entries can be created quickly by manually adding a new glossary term in the new project , opening the webhelp files, and copy-and-pasting the definition from the webhelp into the new project.