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The stuff i did is bindings to an open source c++ GIS library called
ossim (www.ossim.org).  When they put out the next release in the next
couple weeks it will have the ada bindings, some ada tutorial code, and
a mac os x native application in ada that does file conversions from
various gis formats that i did.

i will try to do something for adapower when i get a bit.  looks like
soon as i get this current delivery out at the end of the month, they
are going to send me back to UK though so may be a bit.

if someone has a question send me email off list.  but i don't really
do anything fancy to make it work.  no magic bullet, its just tedious
not hard.

jim

On Dec 14, 2004, at 10:41 PM, David Botton wrote:

> Perhaps you could provide a simple example with build steps to include
> on AdaPower?
>
> David Botton
>
> On Dec 14, 2004, at 8:42 PM, James E. Hopper wrote:
>
>> Well i do mixed ada and c++ all the time with gnat on mac os x and
>> linux.  no need for main program in c++.   i do use bindings that use
>> c
>> style names for the c++ classes though.
>>
>> jim
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>
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