At 2002\08\18 15:00 -0600 Sunday, Carlisle Martin C Dr USAFA/DFCS wrote:
>Well, I am distinctly pleased that the message wasn't full of questions for
>Dr. Carlisle, since the DoD is a big place and I'm not sure I could answer
>them all. However, since I'd hate to be lumped in the category of
>non-respondent DoD staff, I'll attempt as best as I can.
>1) I am not aware of any funding for JGNAT by the DoD
I can't find any indication that points towards the DoD as having
hopes in JGNAT being useful to them.
"Multilanguage Programming on the JVM: The Ada 95 Benefits."
Authors: Franco Gasperoni, Gary Dismukes
>compilers for JVM) hasn't flourished. Personally, I found the speed of Java
>implementations, the kludgeyness of some of its libraries, and the security
>failures to be quite disappointing.
Sounds like reviving JGNAT for JVM could seem like a mistake (yet it is
becoming steadily entrenched in universities).
>FYI, at SIGAda 2002, I will be presenting a very similar project (not
>supported by ACT or any grand "part" of the DoD) which compiles Ada to .NET,
>and is largely based on the JGNAT sources.
8-12 December 2002, Houston, Texas
of a webbrowser: the *.EXE, & *.DLL formats.
Java can be a new "C" entrenched in universities. Java still does not
run reliably in FreeBSD though it is OK in Linux.