So, I have written a simple, but hopefully effective, html help page for my Cocoa app. I have posted it on my web site and provided a link in my app to access it. The help is all on one page but it's not too large or unwieldy and I like it. Internal links are used to navigate around the page and one click can print the whole thing for those who want a paper copy.
agvtool can be used to bump the versioning info for your app. In particular it can increment CFBundleVersion entries in info.plist files as well as generating C versioning symbols. This can be especially useful if you have a lot of targets in your build as agvtool can increment the bundle version for all of them.
The agvtool executable can be found in /Developer/usr/bin but there is a bash wrapper script in /usr/bin.
Chris Hanson's blog post has lots of relevant info.
To use it just run the command in the project folder:
The use of virtual hosts allows us to effectively develop using XAMPP in a way that is similar to final deployment. It also allows for multiple installs of Drupal and permits developing for multiple sites using a single Drupal installation.
In this case we are aiming to set up a development virtual host installation with a URL of www.mugginsoft.local