For 32-bit (Cortex-M) Arduinos there is Maciej Sobczak's tutorial at http://www.inspirel.com/articles/Ada_On_Cortex.html; for Due there's my Ravenscar RTS at https://sourceforge.net/projects/cortex-gnat-rts/.

The Inspirel tutorial says you can use the native Ada compiler on a Raspberry Pi (which uses an ARM CPU), but at least one user had a problem with that - https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/comp.lang.ada/YKIaNkf6iTU

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On 7 Aug 2016, at 00:20, Chapter Email <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

A Google search on "Ada and Arduino" shows several promising websites.

Rush Kester
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Subject: Ada and Arduino

I currently have a school project involving autonomous machines controlled by Arduino hardware.  The Arduino system reminds me of Ada Mindstorms - a standalone computer system with its program downloaded from a PC.  Arduino programming language is based on C++ but I noted somewhere that programming can be done in 'other languages'.  I was wondering if there is an Ada Arduino movement.
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