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ada-ref-man

Description
Ada Reference Manual 2012
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ada-ref-man-2020.1.tar, 2020-Jul-17, 27.3 MiB
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Stephen Leake <stephen_leake@member.fsf.org>
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Full description

Emacs info version of Ada Reference Manual 2012 TC1 and 202x draft 25.

Italics in syntax element names are indicated by <>.

Other formats are available at
http://www.adaic.org/ada-resources/standards/

Old versions

ada-ref-man-2012.5.tar.lz2019-Mar-111.87 MiB
ada-ref-man-2012.4.tar.lz2019-Jan-041.87 MiB
ada-ref-man-2012.3.tar.lz2017-Feb-231.02 MiB
ada-ref-man-2012.0.tar.lz2014-Sep-291005 KiB

News

ada-ref-man NEWS -- history of user-visible changes.

Copyright (C) 2018 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
See the end of the file for license conditions.


* 2020.1

** Update to Ada 202x draft 25
   http://www.ada-auth.org/standards/ada2x.html; some features
   are supported in GNAT Community 2020 compiler.

** Generate an info index, containing entries from the ARM Index.

* 2012.5
3 Mar 2019

** Fix 'dir' file; it refered to arm2005, which is no longer in this
   package.

* 2012.4
16 Sep 2018

** Mark italics with <>. Italics is used in names to convey semantic
   information; the syntax name is the non-italized part (see LRM
   1.1.5 14). In previous ada-ref-man releases, it was not possible to
   distinguish the italicized part.

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