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Wed, 14 Jun 2000 23:57:48 -0400
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[asked Richard]
>
> On Wed, 14 Jun 2000, Jeff Carter wrote:
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> > Boeing and Airbus could both have chosen C++ for their
> > commercial-jetliner fly-by-wire software. However, they both chose to
> > use Ada.
>
> I wonder where the documentation is for the assertion that Airbus
> is programmed in Ada.  Would be good if this were publicly available.
> Originally, Airbus was not programmed in Ada.  Perhaps there is some
> report somewhere that provides more information on this.

There is a report or two on an Airbus subsystem in tghe "success stories"
(application briefs, whatever) linked from the AdaIC and SIGAda
education sites. I'm traveling and just reading mail quickly,
so I don't have precise URLs, but you should be able to fish
around a bit.
>
> As a side thought, an article on the use of Ada for commercial avionics
> would be entertaining in a publication such as Aviation Week.

I agree.

> Richard Riehle
>
Mike Feldman

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