NYU Ada/Ed compiler/interpreter 
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 NYU Ada/Ed compiler/interpreter

Rich Pattis and I have been testing the just-released ftp-ed version of
Ada/Ed for the 386/486 family. We've compiled and run, successfully,
most if not all of the programs in our respective software distributions
for CS1/CS2- level courses. Some of these programs are reasonably long and
sophisticated, using generics, variant records, linked structures, and
the like.

I have even compiled and successfully executed my Portable Diners
system, which some of you may know about (write if you want more details
on this). This system contains a number of packages and, in execution,
results in 11 concurrent tasks. Ada/Ed handles it with no problem.

The bottom line is that if you want to play around with Ada for free,
and/or want the C sources for a working Ada system, even if the execution
is interpretive, Ada/Ed is definitely worth having. Go for it.

You can ftp it from cs.nyu.edu, directory pub/adaed. We have not
had a chance to test the Unix version yet.

Mike

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Michael B. Feldman                       co-chair, SIGAda Education Committee

Visiting Professor 1991-92               Professor
Dept. of Comp. Sci. and Engrg.           Dept. of Elect. Engrg. and Comp. Sci.
University of Washington FR-35           The George Washington University
Seattle, WA 98105                        Washington, DC 20052


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Sat, 13 Aug 1994 16:38:52 GMT  
 
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