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Wind River Linux receives Ada language support

Posted: 09 Jul 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:AdaCore? Wind River? Linux? RTOS?

AdaCore has rolled out the GNAT Pro Ada development environment on the Wind River Linux platform. This new implementation brings the Ada language's reliability benefits to the increasingly popular Wind River Linux platform. The company offers the Ada solution for Wind River's products, including a GNAT Pro implementation for Wind River's VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS).

Programmers can use AdaCore and Wind River products together to develop applications that combine modules in Ada, C and C++, and can manipulate and analyse Ada applications through Wind River's Linux browser and tools. Furthermore, this new implementation of GNAT Pro on Wind River Linux supports all versions of Ada (Ada 2012 / 2005 / 95 / 83) and is tightly integrated into the Wind River Workbench development environment.

"This new integration brings the Ada development community everything they need to build and support highly differentiated solutions and deploy on an industry leading commercial grade Linux solution, based on the Yocto Project open source development infrastructure," said Davide Ricci, Product Line Manager at Wind River. "With AdaCore's long history in providing solutions for high-integrity applications such as in the aerospace and defence industry, the combination of Wind River Linux and GNAT Pro provides embedded developers with powerful capabilities during the development process of secure applications."

GNAT Pro for Wind River Linux includes support for the Wind River Linux 4.3 platform, the PowerPC and Power PC e500v2 target platforms, and the Linux host.





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