Pascal and ADA on Linux ?

Pascal and ADA on Linux ?

Post by K.K. Tu » Mon, 29 Aug 1994 06:38:58



Anyone know where to get a copy of the PASCAL or ADA
to run on the Linux ?
 
 
 

Pascal and ADA on Linux ?

Post by Marc Fraio » Mon, 29 Aug 1994 00:23:11



Quote:>Anyone know where to get a copy of the PASCAL or ADA
>to run on the Linux ?

Slackware comes with p2c, a Pascal to C translator.  This will let you
write in Pascal and then use gcc to compile.  The Gnu project is working
on an Ada front-end to gcc, which should work on Linux.  I believe it is
GNAT, but I might be confused on that (I haven't followed it that closely.
I know there is an Ada for gcc, and I know there is something called
GNAT, and I think they're the same, but that's the part I'm not 100%
sure about).  You should be able to find anything gnu on prep.ai.mit.edu
in /pub/gnu.  As for p2c, use archie or look on a Slackware site like
sunsite.unc.edu or ftp.cdrom.com.

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Pascal and ADA on Linux ?

Post by Gary Fost » Tue, 30 Aug 1994 10:13:28



: >Anyone know where to get a copy of the PASCAL or ADA
: >to run on the Linux ?
: >
: Slackware comes with p2c, a Pascal to C translator.  This will let you
: write in Pascal and then use gcc to compile.  The Gnu project is working
: on an Ada front-end to gcc, which should work on Linux.  I believe it is
: GNAT, but I might be confused on that (I haven't followed it that closely.
: I know there is an Ada for gcc, and I know there is something called
: GNAT, and I think they're the same, but that's the part I'm not 100%
: sure about).  You should be able to find anything gnu on prep.ai.mit.edu
: in /pub/gnu.  As for p2c, use archie or look on a Slackware site like
: sunsite.unc.edu or ftp.cdrom.com.

Yes, it is gnat and it is available at sunsite.unc.edu.  There's also an
alternative to p2c called gpc which is a pascal compiler instead of a
translator.  It's also available on sunsite.  I'm sorry, I don't have the
file names or directories at my fintertips, but you could probably start in
/pub/Linux/devel and go from there. :)

-- Gary F.

 
 
 

Pascal and ADA on Linux ?

Post by Darren Davenpo » Wed, 31 Aug 1994 01:19:15


|> Anyone know where to get a copy of the PASCAL or ADA
|> to run on the Linux ?
|>

Ada (note it's a proper name not an acronym) is available
via ftp at: sunsite.unc.edu in /pub/Linux/devel/ada

 
 
 

Pascal and ADA on Linux ?

Post by Nora E. Etuku » Tue, 30 Aug 1994 23:19:13



   from Mon, 29 Aug 1994 01:13:28 GMT,

[...]



> : >Anyone know where to get a copy of the PASCAL or ADA
> : >to run on the Linux ?
[...]
> translator.  It's also available on sunsite.  I'm sorry, I don't have the
> file names or directories at my fintertips, but you could probably start in
> /pub/Linux/devel and go from there. :)

On sunsite.unc.edu:
        /pub/Linux/devel/pascal/gpc-2.5.8-bin.tar.gz
        /pub/Linux/devel/ada/gnat-1.81-l1-bin.tar.gz

Quote:> -- Gary F.

Greetings, Nora.
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Pascal and ADA on Linux ?

Post by Alan C » Fri, 02 Sep 1994 20:06:23



>Anyone know where to get a copy of the PASCAL or ADA
>to run on the Linux ?

Gnu pascal is in testing but seems not bad (its in with the debian release
bits). There is also p2c (pascal to C) which can be combined with gcc to
build pascal stuff.

As to ADA there is GNATS in development, and I believe some kind of
interpreted ada environment around too.

Alan

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Pascal and ADA on Linux ?

Post by Jonathan Kitch » Sat, 03 Sep 1994 09:55:41


the Linux Quarterly for Winter 1994 by Morse has a Modula2 compiler and also
an ADA compiler thru gcc called GNAT
I got the modula2 called 'mocka' to work OK but could not get the GNAT to go

the product is on a cdrom fo course
jon kitchin
 
 
 

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