First  |  Prev |  Next  |  Last
Pages: 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
Doubling the number of Ada libraries in Fedora
The PragmAda Reusable Components library is currently being distributed as an update to Fedora 11, and also to Fedora 12 (which is scheduled to be released in a week). As GTKada is also available, this means that there are now a whopping *two* Ada libraries in Fedora! Well, there's still a long way to go but th... 10 Nov 2009 17:26
Ada and Ruby (on Rails)
Hi, I have an Ada application, which acts as some kind of shell (in client - server mode, client and server are talking via sockets): you can write messages to the server and get responses. I want to build web interface for this. Do you have any hints how to link my Ada server application (or client side) with w... 8 Nov 2009 08:33
Using the Clipboard in Linux
Greetings I've written an application in windows that involves writing to the clipboard. I'm trying to write a version to work in Linux (Ubuntu 9.04 is what I'm developing on) and am struggling to get started with Florist. Can anybody point me in the right direction of some good documentation. I've scoured ... 10 Nov 2009 16:19
Tricks Of The Trade: How To Compile Large Program On Two Very Different Compilers
"Hibou57 (Yannick Duch�ne)" <yannick_duchene(a)> writes: On 4 nov, 20:27, ChristopherL <clusard...(a)> wrote: So, how can I combine all the files together into 1060 files and compile them with both compilers. I.E.: Take the bundle of 10060 files and compile them with compiler A, and do the s... 7 Nov 2009 01:45
Wells and bads of the Rosen convention for OO like in Ada
Forewords : This thread is partly splitted from another one about naming convention. This split is done according to a Stephen Leake's suggestion, to not mix different things. It was a part of a thread which among other subjects, attempted to talk about a design scheme. I had started with some comments about it, an... 3 Nov 2009 02:44
Ann: Zip-Ada v.35
Hello! A new version of the Zip-Ada library, @ , is out. Latest changes: - major performance improvement: decompression ~10x faster, compression ~3x faster (GNAT) - ReZip: HTML display improved Enjoy _________________________________________________________ Gautier's Ada programming... 2 Nov 2009 16:49
Types, packages & objects : the good old naming conventions question (without religious ware)
Britt Snodgrass <britt.snodgrass(a)> writes: A short reply to a long post: I share your perspective. I work on "real" projects and our convention is to always use a "_Type" or " _Range" suffix on type and subtype names. I've also tried "_T" and but didn't like it as much. Interesting. I als... 1 Nov 2009 03:31
Performance of the Streams 'Read and 'Write
Hello. I got used to think that I/O was the last spot where our preferred language was condemned to slowness. Now consider this. Variant 1 of a buffered I/O: type Buffer is array(Natural range <>) of Unsigned_8; procedure Read( b: out Buffer ) is begin Buffer'Read(Stream(f_in), b); exception ... 26 Nov 2009 10:49
Question on array of strings
Hello, I have some strings and depending of an enum I want to return a string. My code looks the following: function Event_To_String(Event : in Events_Type) return String is Ev1_Name : aliased constant String :="ev3434"; Ev2_Name : aliased constant String :="evEnd"; eventStrings : constant array (1..... 30 Oct 2009 06:43
Types, packages & objects : the good old naming conventions question (without religious ware)
Hi, Still reading a new chapter of the Ada 95 Quality and Style Guide, the “ CHAPTER 3: Readability ” ( ) has inspired me to ask for more about the subject. The one which troubles me the most, is the most common convention about type nam... 10 Nov 2009 12:57
First  |  Prev |  Next  |  Last
Pages: 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47