I second that ... Apex is an outstanding product and the
SEED program is a very nice gesture on the part of
Rational. We are using Apex extensively at Lockheed
for our safety-critical Operational Flight Program
Principal Investigator, Reuse Tapestry
From: Team Ada: Ada Advocacy Issues (83 & 95)
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Subject: Re: What Ada needs to prosper (was RE: What the competition
looks lik e (resu...
If you're looking for a free Ada compiler for educational use, check into
the Rational SEED program
(EMAIL to [log in to unmask]). You can get Apex Ada through this program.
If you have questions
about Apex Ada, feel free to contact me.
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> Just my personal opinion, but with Ed Fallis leaving Aonix and going over
> GNAT (sorry...A. C. T.), and the fact that Aonix has made a major change
> their educational policy, and the persistent rumors that Aonix is getting
> of the Ada market in the US makes me believe that Aonix may not be a major
> player much longer.
> If anyone knows the truth to these rumors and events, please let me know.
> I'm going to be teaching an Ada 95 class and was wanting to use the
> compiler, but their changes (1) requiring schools to purchase site
> even at reduced rates, and (2) having an Aonix "stamp of approval" on
> training material doesn't sit well with me.