At 2004-11-16 17:03 -0500 Tuesday, Karl Nyberg wrote:
>I've ported GCC 3.4.0 to AIX 5.2 and am having a difficulty getting ASIS for
>GNAT working without recourse to manually editing the final link line. I
>wondered if there's anybody else working in this environment that might be
>able to give me a hand in solving this issue. I'll save the dastardly
>details for a later mail...
I e-mailed tghe author in the last hour and my e-mail message bounced.
So I write here now that I find that writing privately fails.
The question I got from Mr Nyberg of Grebyn corporation, was about
exceptions being carried into GNAT from another language (maybe C++).
The author had found my URL describing how I failed to mix C++ with Ada:
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