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Jerry van Dijk <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 21 Apr 2001 00:00:06 +0200
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Stephane Richard writes:

 > I'm using GNAT Ada95 version 3.13p. And I'm in the process of making a DOS
 > or Textual Unix IDE for Ada95, and I was wondering if there is any type of DOS
 > oriented libraries available for Ada 95 and hopefully free if possible.

Well, for DOS there is one included with EZ2LOAD, and the usual text-based
IDE for gcc on DOS is RHIDE.

Or do you mean a text based IDE for a unix system ?

 > The library should include such things as a text based Desktop architecture
 > such as Borland's Turbo Vision library which would mean that it would have to
 > follow the S.A.A. standard Application Architecture.  especially the C.U.A.
 > (Common User Access) Sub Standard of S.A.A.

There are quit a number of CUA character-mode CUI's already (check simtel,
for example). Why not simply write a binding to one of those ?


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