Found one file extension association related to PowerAda and 1 file format developed specifically for use with PowerAda.
Platform, operating system: Linux/Unix
Go to: PowerAda description
Developer: OC Systems, Inc.
Developer / company: OC Systems, Inc.
PowerAda is the leading integrated development environment for developing, testing, integrating, and maintaining complex Ada applications. Applications compiled with PowerAda run up to twice as fast as those using other compilers. The exact speed varies, depending on the application and the compiler.
- Runs on Red Hat Linux in addition to AIX.
- Includes interactive source and object class browsers, browsing editor, cross-referencer, unit graphing tools, and is fully integrated with multi-language source debugger.
- Features GUI and command line for ease of data entry and manipulation.
- Supports parallel development by multiple users in a simple manner.
- Features automatic program and project build capabilities.
- Directly supports four third-party configuration management tools (CMVC, CVS, Razor and Clearcase), and may be easily customized to support any other CM system.
- Supports iterative development and multiple version control through its library structure.
- Includes ASIS, an ISO-standard library for building program analysis tools.
- Maps Ada tasks to threads; the source level debugger is thread-aware; POSIX and X-11 bindings are included.
- Tuned specifically for Power PC and Pentium computers.
- ACVC 2.1 validated for AIX. Additionally, OC Systems supports the Ada 95 standard's Specialized Needs Annexes C (Systems Programming), D (Real-Time Systems) and G (Numerics).
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