Charles Plinta wrote:
> I've been out of the Ada picture for a few years but
> still subscribe to Team-Ada to try to keep aware of Ada
> issues and such.
> A few years back we developed a tool that generates
> Ada code for translating and validating text-based
> and bit-based messages. The Ada code can be directly
> incorporated into an Ada application.
> Also, the code generator can generate CORBA wrapper
> code, that when is compiled and linked, results in
> stand-alone CORBA servers that provide the message
> translation and validation capabilities.
> Within the last month, I have been contacted by two
> companies interested in the tool and integrating the
> generated code with a java application.
> I think I remember this, but don't have any pointers so
> I'll ask the question...
> Does gnat or any other Ada compilers have java/byte code
> generation capabilities? If so please point me to them.
There is now a version of GNAT that generates Java byte codes.
We also have a product called "AppletMagic" which generates
Java byte codes. This product is most readily available through
Aonix, who includes it in various of their ObjectAda products.
See http://www.aonix.com and/or http://www.gnat.com
> Thanks in advance...
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