Free tools and libraries updates

by brukardt
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.)
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  1. Wes

    This is a great addition and quite useful IMHO (i.e. no need to memorize what was on the list previously). This should help give library and tool authors some incentive to announce their work on this website.

    Thanks for adding this!

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