Documentation Browsers With ScrollKeeper Support
There are currently several documentation browsers which use
KDE Help Center (khelpcenter)
KDE's help browser has had ScrollKeeper support since the 2.x days.
Nautilus is the file manager and help browser for GNOME 1.4.x and was
the first browser to include support for ScrollKeeper. Starting with
GNOME 2.0, Nautilus will no longer include a help browser and
ScrollKeeper support. Yelp will replace Nautilus as the GNOME help
browser, including ScrollKeeper support.
(Taken from its web page) "ScrollServer is a Python based http server
that provides access to a ScrollKeeper database with any web browser.
You can use ScrollServer to browse and search help files that are
installed in the ScrollKeeper
database on your computer. Someday you will also be able to view online
ScrollServer is still young but holds promise to allow every
project and organization to post documentation browsers on their
web pages which include full contents lists, internationalization,
indexing, searching, rendering, and format conversion of their
Yelp will become the standard GNOME help browser, starting with GNOME
2.0. It already includes support for ScrollKeeper.