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Roger Gariépy <[log in to unmask]>
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Roger Gariépy <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 22 Dec 2002 15:37:19 -0500
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All of what you are asking exist.

It was done by Stéphane Rochebrune, it's call: AIDE (Ada Instant Development
Environment ) in the GNU General Public License universe.

I am using it on Windows 2000. You can obtain a CD-Rom (probably too late to
receive it for Christmas) or download it (as I have done) and burn your CD.

To have more information got to:
to FTP:

It will be better if you read french (it seem to be the case, with the poem
you write after your first name), but most of the Ada documentation is in

If I remember correctly you can work directly from the CD or copy the CD on
a disk drive and you don't need to configure anything. It's ready to work
immediately if you put it in C:\Aide and copy the DLL in the OS directory.

The editor of choice is Adagide (modified so that it don't need installation
and parameters to find GNAT, etc.) but Emac is there also.

Here is the my gnat.ini for it:
[Version] Product=GNAT GNAT=3.13p GCC=2.8.1 Target=pentium-mingw32msv
[Components] Setup=Typical Win32Ada=1 Win32AdaHelp=1 GDB=1 AdaGIDE=0
Objtutils=1 Make=1 Sample=1 ExtraDoc=1
[Configuration] TclAlreadyInstalled=0 Win32Ada=1
Win32AdaPrefix=Bindings\Win32Ada DocPrefix=Documentation AssocEMACS=0
AssocAdaGIDE=0 Folder=GNAT Ada 95 Compiler

Roger Gariépy                  :-)   <-   :-(
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----- Message d'origine -----
De : "Jacob Sparre Andersen" <[log in to unmask]>
À : <[log in to unmask]>
Envoyé : 21-Dec-2002 13:19
Objet : Ada starter cd-rom for MS-Windows?

> 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.
>  * 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.