language: Ada


Language:
Ada
Package:
Ada grammar
Version:
?
Parts:
scanner(lex), parser(yacc)
Author:
?
Location:
ftp://primost.cs.wisc.edu or email to compilers-server@iecc.cambridge.ma.us
Description:
?
Contact:
masticol@dumas.rutgers.edu
Updated:
October 12th, 1991

Language:
Ada
Package:
Ada/Ed
Version:
1.11.0a+
Parts:
translator(?), interpreter, ?
Author:
?
Location:
ftp://cnam.cnam.fr/pub/Ada/Ada-Ed
Description:
Ada/Ed is a translator-interpreter for Ada. It is intended as a teaching tool, and does not have the capacity, performance, or robustness of commercial Ada compilers. Ada/Ed was developed at New York University, as part of a long-range project in language definition and software prototyping.
Conformance:
Ada 83. Last validated with version 1.7 of the ACVC tests. being an interpreter, it does not implement most representation clauses, and thus does not support systems programming close to the machine level.
Ports:
Unix, MSDOS, Amiga, Atari
Contact:
Michael Feldman <mfeldman@seas.gwu.edu>
Updated:
May 8th, 1992

Language:
Ada
Package:
Adamakegen
Version:
2.6.3
Parts:
makefile generator
Author:
Owen O'Malley <omalley@porte-de-st-ouen.ics.uci.edu>
Location:
ftp://spare.ics.uci.edu/ftp/pub/arcadia/adamakegen*
Description:
A program that generates makefiles for Ada programs
Requires:
Icon
Ports:
Verdix, SunAda
Updated:
March 2nd, 1993

Language:
BNF (yacc), Ada
Package:
aflex-ayacc
Version:
1.2a
Parts:
parser generator (Ada), scanner generator (Ada)
Author:
IRUS (Irvine Research Unit in Software)
Location:
ftp://liege.ics.uci.edu/pub/irus/aflex-ayacc_1.2a.tar.Z
Description:
Lex and Yacc equivalents that produce Ada output
Announcements:
irus-software-request@ics.uci.edu
Contact:
irus-software-request@ics.uci.edu
Updated:
January 6th, 1993

Language:
Ada
Package:
Compiler for Toy/Ada in SML/NJ
Version:
?
Parts:
translator(?)
Author:
Amit Bhatiani <bhatiaa@polly.cs.rose-hulman.edu>
Location:
ftp://master.cs.rose-hulman.edu/pub/compiler*.tar.Z
Description:
?
Conformance:
subset
Updated:
April 8th, 1992

Language:
Ada
Package:
GW-Ada
Version:
?
Parts:
translator, interpreter, editor, runtime environment
Author:
?
Location:
ftp://wuarchive.wustl.edu/languages/ada/compiler/adaed/gwu/*
Description:
Ada/Ed is a translator-interpreter for Ada. It is intended as a teaching tool, and does not have the capacity, performance, or robustness of commercial Ada compilers. Ada/Ed was developed at New York University, as part of a long-range project in language definition and software prototyping.
Conformance:
"Ada/Ed handles nearly all of Ada 83"
Restriction:
For educational purposes only.
Ports:
MSDOS and Mac
Contact:
Michael Feldman <mfeldman@seas.gwu.edu>
Updated:
September 1st, 1993

Language:
Ada
Package:
NASA PrettyPrinter
Version:
?
Parts:
Ada LR parser, ?
Author:
? Michael Feldman <mfeldman@seas.gwu.edu> in comp.compilers provided the initial reference to this package, he also has a yacc grammar for ada.
Location:
ftp://wsmr-simtel20.army.mil from Ada Software Repository
Description:
pretty-print program that contains an ada parser
Requires:
Ada
Updated:
Febuary 1st, 1991

Language:
Ada
Package:
Paradise
Version:
2.0
Parts:
library
Author:
?
Location:
ftp://cnam.cnam.fr/pub/Ada/Paradise
Description:
Paradise is a subsystem (a set of packages) developped to implement inter-processes, inter-tasks and inter-machines communication for Ada programs in the Unix world. This subsystem gives the user full access to files, pipes, sockets (both Unix and Internet), and pseudo-devices.
Ports:
Sun, Dec, Sony Mips, Verdex compiler, DEC compiler, Alsys/Systeam compiler
Contact:
paradise-info@cnam.cnam.fr
Updated:
September 30th, 1992

Language:
Ada
Package:
yacc grammar for Ada
Version:
?
Parts:
parser(yacc)
Author:
Herman Fischer
Location:
ftp://wsmr-simtel20.army.mil PD2:<ADA.EXTERNAL-TOOLS>GRAM2.SRC
Description:
?
Contact:
?
Updated:
Febuary 1st, 1991

Language:
Ada
Package:
AdaX
Location:
ftp://falcon.stars.rosslyn.unisys.com/pub/AdaX/*
Description:
an archive of X libraries for Ada. Includes Motif [note, I chose this server out of many somewhat randomly. Use archie to find others --ed]
Contact:
?

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