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X-To: Jack Beidler <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 1998 15:42:03 -0400
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That looks pretty good. Maybe you should scavenve the WebAda stuff
from the AdaIC and integrate the predefined packages. You can see
a similar Table_of_Contents implementation there, until the AJPO
shuts down:

http://sw-eng.falls-church.va.us/cgi-bin/webada/file?template=predefined.html

At 2:44 PM -0400 10/7/98, Jack Beidler wrote:
>Last March I posted a notice about a system I was planning that would
>view a collection of packages as an electronic book in the sense that a
>book has a table of contents and an index.  Many of you provided many
>suggetions about this project.  To make a long story short, I was able
>to interest one of our grad students in the project and it came together
>much faster that we anticipated. You can check it out at
>
>    http://www.cs.uofs.edu/~beidler/Ada/adlibr.html
>
>>From this web page you can browse through a table of contents and an
>index of  the following libraries:
>
>An Ada CGI library
>The data structure component library used here at the
>University of Scranton
>The library of resources that come with the GNAT compiler
>An Ada OpenGL library
>An Ada Posix library
>An Ada tcl/tk library (TASH)
>The Ada Win 32 library
>The CRT library within the Win 32 library
>The Ada X11 Library
>
>WARNING:  Some files are quite large (200K).  We plan to fix that
>sometime in the next few months.
>
>ALSO:  We will make a compressed file of this resource avaialable for
>download in the near future.o
>
>Hope you find this useful.  Thanks for all of those that provided
>suggestions, we tried to incorporate most of them.
>
>Jack Beidler
>--
>John (Jack) Beidler, Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science
>Computing Sciences Department, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA
>18510
>Mailto:[log in to unmask]     Phone: (717) 941-7774  Fax: (717)
>941-4250
>http://www.cs.UofS.edu/~beidler

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