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Jacob Sparre Andersen <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 23 Dec 2002 10:24:49 -0500
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Jacob,

Jacob Sparre Andersen wrote:

> I consider to try to get my cousin hooked on programming in
> Ada.  Until now, he has (according to his mother) only done
> some Java-script programming, so I think there should be a
> fair chance for giving him a good start - if I can find the
> right tools for Ada development on a MS-Windows system.
>
> I have decided to give him the book "Object-Oriented
> Software in Ada 95", but in addition to that I would like to
> put together a cd-rom with good, free and useful tools and
> libraries.
>
>  * GNAT for Windows is sort of obvious.

Or the free edition of Aonix's ObjectAda for Windows available from the
Aonix web site.  It has a developer studio look and feel IDE.

>
>
>  * But which IDE?  (Emacs is probably not sufficiently
>    Windows-like)
>
>  * And which version of GtkAda?
>
>  * And can one get GLADE (the GUI builder) for MS-Windows?
>
>  * Other stuff?
>
> Greetings,
>
> Jacob (putting together the last Christmas presents ;-)
> --
> Noir comme le diable
> Chaud comme l'enfer
> Pur comme un ange,
> Doux comme l'amour.

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