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Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2007 09:58:59 +0100
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= Colin Paul Gloster schrieb:
= > Do people write safety critical applications in C++?
= > The thought shocks me.

From: C & U Grein <[log in to unmask]>
= I guess they do Modern cars like Mercedes and BMW have a lot of code 
= inside - and they don't use Ada AFAIK.

In 2004, Ada-Germany organized a track on reliable software in a
workshop about Safety & Security for the automotive industry [1].
The slides of most presentations are available [2].

Two presentations by the companies mentioned above made clear that
they are using some Ada:

- I. Stürmer, M. Conrad (DaimlerChrysler AG):
  Code Generator Certification: A Testsuite-oriented Approach [3]

- D. Dickmanns (BMW):
  Softwareentwicklung in Ada95: Ein Erfahrungsbericht [4]


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I hope this helps,

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