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<snip> from CFCSE-IC newsbrief 12/19/97
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ANNOUNCEMENT OF ADA VALIDATION PROCEDURES 5.0 AVAILABILITY
Topic:  Ada

The Ada Joint Program Office (AJPO), along with the Ada Validation Office
(AVO) announce the release of the new Ada Compiler Validation Procedures
(ACVPs), Version 5.0, 18 November 1997.  It is available at:
http://sw-eng.falls-church.va.us/AdaIC/compilers/val-proc/val5_0fin.shtml

The ACVPs define the certification body for the Ada programming language
and set forth its rules of procedure for testing implementations of the
Ada language for conformity to the language standard. This testing
process is known as validation.

Version 5.0 of the Procedures is a revision to Version 4.2 to reflect two
important changes in Ada Validation: the end of the period of transition
in validation from the use of the original language standard to the
revised standard; and the transferral of validation authority for the Ada
language from the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST)
to the United States Department of Defense (DoD).

For more information about these procedures, contact -
mailto:[log in to unmask]

SOURCE:  AJPO
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ANNOUNCEMENT OF FIRST ACVC 2.1 VALIDATED COMPILERS FROM GREEN HILLS
Topic:  Ada

The Ada Joint Program Office announces the first Ada compilers validated
under ACVC 2.1.  Green Hill Software, Inc. proves that ACVC 2.1 isn't just
decoration anymore, it's been used--there are now three *full-Ada95*
implementations.

Green Hills Software offers embedded real-time systems for a variety of
targets.  They have 28 Ada 83 & Ada 95 compilers.

The current Ada 95 and Ada 83 Validated Compiler Lists are available at:
http://sw-eng.falls-church.va.us/AdaIC/compilers/

For more information, contact:

Green Hills Software, Inc.
2706 Alternate 19N, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Contact Patrick Rodenbeck at Phone: (813) 781-4909 or mailto:[log in to unmask]

SOURCE:  AJPO

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