Aonix® recently announced the Solaris version of ObjectAda. ObjectAda V8.3 for Sun’s Solaris platforms running on SPARC and Intel processors provides a complete enterprise-level environment for the development of native Unix applications using the Ada programming language. These latest releases integrate AonixADT (Ada Development Toolkit), an Eclipse-based development environment, into ObjectAda, providing developers with access to the broad range of tools available through the Eclipse framework. ObjectAda for SPARC/Solaris and ObjectAda for Intel/Solaris are immediately available. Prices start at $8,000 for a single seat license.
In addition to providing access to the broad spectrum of Eclipse-based tools, ObjectAda for Solaris supports a new dynamic debugging facility. Developers now have run-time debug capabilities and can attach the debug facility in the toolkit to an already running process in the application. Dynamic debug extends the already powerful debug capability provided in all Aonix native and cross-development products.
ObjectAda® for Solaris comes with both a graphical and command-line interface, integrated language-sensitive editor, lightweight source-based library model, and industry-leading compilation speed. The ObjectAda for Solaris compilation system is composed of the editor, source-code browser, compiler, debugger, and full library manager.
Optional package upgrades can be added to the basic compiler development package such as the ObjectAda Project Pack that contains the AdaNav(tm) toolset. AdaNav provides complete system HTML source-navigation capabilities as well as call- and unit-tree graphical reporting and automatic data dictionary generation. The AdaNav profiler also offers run-time performance reporting to identify application hot spots.
A second package, ObjectAda Test Pack can also be added atop ObjectAda Project Pack on the SPARC/Solaris platform that provides VectorCast/Ada a world-class testing tool that significantly reduces the time, effort, and cost associated with testing Ada software components necessary for validating safety- and mission-critical systems.
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