Well, ala gcc is GNAT (http://www.gnat.com). ACT also
releases a public unsupported version at
GNAT is a member of GCC (the GNU Compiler Collection)
There are GUI frameworks and tools for building GUIs
available as Open Source also. See
http://www.adapower.com/reuse and for Win32
In time technologies like Emacs w/ Ada-Mode will
combine closer with GNAT, something like Rapid (a
cross platform GUI builder), and GUI's libs like
AdaGTK. Throw in a component development framework
that has ActiveX support (use and creation) on Win32
and I say we are close.
--- [log in to unmask] wrote:
> What is the time frame for such a thing? I'm
> fighting the perception that
> Ada is to expensive and not mainstream enough.
> Anything that could give me
> an ada development system ala gcc or similar would
> go a long way to at least
> maintaining our Ada project.
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