"W. Wesley Groleau x4923" wrote:
> > I have not been able to get the tool to work. I could understand the lack
> > of need for support if the tool was trivial to use and had no bugs. But
> > unless I am making some really simple mistake (always possible), it is not
> > trivial to use correctly.
> The c2ada Web page at Intermetrics listed Python and some other things as
> prerequisites. Python downloaded and built as per instructions, and
> seemed to work. But all the other prerequisites failed to even build when
> I followed their instructions. Had to find one of them by Web search
> because the hyperlink was stale.
> But, you get what you pay for. :-)
Years ago I spent a long time trying to get c2ada even to build.
It seemed to me it was badly broken, the C code even had syntax errors.
I gave up and did what I needed to do by hand.
To this day, I am mystified as to how some people apparently manage
to use c2ada.