pyAda enables programmers to write Python extensions in Ada 95 or extend Ada 95 programs with a Python interpreter. The goal is to make it possible to use Python in any way that you can use it from or with C.
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Release Notes: All compiler warnings were fixed, and improved documentation. This release builds on Linux, FreeBSD, Windows, and Solaris.
Release Notes: This release now builds under WIndows again using the Cygnus toolkit.
Release Notes: The nastier issues with respect to C-to-Ada mapping have be solved. vararg functions are mapped to Ada 95. Both Linux and FreeBSD are supported. Documentation improvements include a first draft of a user's guide. The build process was cleaned up a lot.
Release Notes: First public release.