Updating / Creating Offline Documentation

As any user can notice upon the tutorials pages, offline content in HTML and PDF form are available for download.

Yet this documentation is not updated on-the-fly.
It also seems that the current PDF documentation online creates rubbish characters in MacOSX environments.
There are two ways to resolve this problem, one is install Adobe Acrobat instead of using the embedded OS PDF viewer.
The other one is create one by yourself by printing the complete survey from within Internet Explorer to the embedded OSX PDF creator.

For Windows users, a GPL open-source edition of PDFcreator can be downloaded from the sourceforge pages.

For those who want to maintain an offline version of the HTML pages (which is more complete) the used tool for this is HTTrack which allows you to download all links from within the survey and update only renewed pages afterwards.

There are no MacOSX binaries of HTTrack, but if you have installed X11, Fink and the developer tools, you can compile the Linux distribution just fine.

How to compile?

tar xvfz httrack-*.tar.gz  
cd httrack-*  
./configure --prefix=/usr/local && make && make install