Feb 25 '14
This GNAT Pro ARM product provides a complete Ada development environment oriented towards embedded systems that require the flexibility and extensive services provided by Linux. Developers of such systems can now exploit the software engineering benefits of the Ada language, including reliability, maintainability, and portability.
Feb 25 '14
AdaCore today announced the next major release of its Ada development environment, GNAT Pro 7.2. This latest GNAT Pro toolsuite incorporates more than 120 new features, many of which are based on customer suggestions. This latest GNAT Pro toolsuite includes several new tools, is available on additional platforms, implements the Ada 2012 language standard by default, and extends its coverage of ARM configurations.
Feb 20 '14
Here are some recent updates to our Free Tools and Libraries page:
February 20, 2014: Added Rosetta Code; not quite a library but a source of Ada examples and algorithms.
December 10, 2013: Added Deepend storage pool and Muen separation kernel.
August 8, 2013: Added Confignat tools.
(This post will be periodically updated – Webmaster.)
Feb 6 '14
CodePeer 2.3 is the latest version of AdaCore’s static analysis tool for the automated review and validation of Ada source code. CodePeer assesses potential bugs before program execution to find errors efficiently and early in the development life cycle. It also performs impact and vulnerability analysis when existing code is modified, and, using control-flow, data-flow and other advanced static analysis techniques, the tool detects problems that would otherwise only be found through labor-intensive debugging.
Feb 6 '14
GNATcoverage 1.2 is the latest version of AdaCore’s source and object code coverage analysis tool. GNATcoverage does not require instrumentation of the executable, and this new product release supports usage with an iSystem hardware probe generating Nexus trace data, as well as usage with Valgrind on Linux.