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David Botton <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 2 Aug 2000 19:37:42 -0700
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OK, I went directly to the ftp site instead of the web
site and see that in fact there is a readme that all
the files are labeled 7.1 but are 7.2.

Nevertheless, the following is in the readme:

"This edition of ObjectAda for Windows may not be used
for commercial
development purposes. It contains a fully- functional
environment but operates
under the following limitations: a program may contain
no more than 35 units; a
compilation unit may contain to more than 20 tasks; a
compilation may not exceed
2000 lines (550 for Java compilations). The compiler
is not formally validated."

In addition to these limitations, certain supplemental
tools, such as the GUI
Builder and the HOT_Ada tutorial, are provided only in
demo form. In particular,
the GUI Builder disallows saving (and therefore code
generation), and as such
does not include the associated GUI Builder object
library.


Has this changed?

David Botton


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