Re: Multi-platform software development
On Wed, 16 May 2001, Preben Randhol wrote:
> I recommend that you use Ada 95 and GtkAda.
Yes, Ada 95 is a nice language.
> The app I'm developing just
> needed to be compiled under Windows to work. It is being developed under
> Linux of course. Ada 95 is highly portable. C and C++ are not.
I think that well written C code is portable. Many projects deve
loped under GPL proove it.
> Ada is the most powerful
What do you mean by "powerful"?
> object-oriented general purpose programming
> language. It has built-in concurrency, built-in exception handling,
Ada exception handling is very limited when compared to C++ or
Java exception model.
> built-in generic templates, built-in distributed execution,
How good is Ada 95 in dynamic distributed execution? (when we do
not know where are partitions of distributed program prior to
> and defacto standard interfaces to other programming languages and
Is there an standard interface for database connection like JDBC
is for Java? Are there any libraries for most popular commercial
and non-commercial database management systems?
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