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I agree to that.

An Ada Virtual Machine I believe would prove to be both an excellent idea,
and probably a better way of doign a virtual machine all together by
comparison to the JVM simply because of the internal structures of both languages.  No
one said Java was based on any kind of reliability and stability whereas Ada
was born out of these two (or so I seem to read).

I would be VERY curious to see AVM adn JVM up agaist one another in
benchmarks performances, stability, reliability, and resource efficiency.  I think
these results would show hands down how capable Ada we all know Ada is.

Stephane Richard
Software Developer

> S. Ron Oliver wrote (in thread Re: The Good and Bad News about Java)
>
> > Perhaps this comes within the purvue of Dave Botton's AdaPower and/or
> the
> > proposed Ada-Web WG.  (Is anybody doing anything about the latter?)
>
> I was the one that started a thread about Ada/JVM/Web.  I found there
> to be very little interest in forming a working group or in starting
> a new mailing list.  Most of the people responding to this issue wanted
> to keep the discussion in Comp.Lang.Ada, so I've done nothing.
>
> However, the AVM is certainly an interesting topic for a SIGAda
> working group, especially if combined with Bob Lief's ideas about XML.
>
> --
> Terry Westley
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> Visit the TASH web site at http://www.adatcl.com
>

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