Here are some recent updates to our Free Tools and Libraries page:
April 12, 2019: Christoph Grein’s pages were moved to the AdaIC Archives, as he is giving up his personal website.
Added ALog, a stackable logging framework for Ada.
Added Orka, Orka is an OpenGL 4.6 rendering kernel written in Ada.
January 11, 2019: Added Protobuf for Ada, an interface to Google’s data interchange format.
Added ANTRL grammars for Ada, which has, well, a variety of ANTLR grammars for Ada.
December 18, 2018: Added Awesome Ada, a curated list of Ada resources.
Added JWX, a library for handling JSON data which was proved by SPARK.
Added Wayland Client library, a thick Ada binding to the Wayland Client API.
August 10, 2018: Added Ada Win32, bindings for the Microsoft Win32 API.
July 25, 2018: Added RCLAda, is an Ada 2012 client library for ROS2, a popular framework for robotics research.
July 20, 2018: Added Ada Bar Codes, a package for generating various types of bar codes,
along with a Gnoga display package.
Added VisualAda, a plugin for Visual Studio 2017 to support Ada development.
Added Libsimpleio, a library for low-level hardware access from Linux.
April 25, 2018: Added Ada WinRT, bindings for the Microsoft WinRT API.
Added FMT, a set of extension packages that turn Mathematica into a software
engineering IDE that generates formally-proven Ada source code.
November 15, 2017: Added LEA, a Lightweight Editor for Ada.
August 31, 2017: Added AdaYAML, an experimental library for handling YAML files.
(This post will be periodically updated – Webmaster.)