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July 23, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

San Diego-based TeleSoft Inc has announced RISCAda, an Ada development environment that operates on high-performance RISC workstations. Available later this year, it includes a compiler that uses TeleGen2 Ada Optimising Compiler Technology, and a set of graphical user interface-based tools for Ada program develop ment. The first member of the RISCAda family is RISCAda/Sparc for workstations and servers from Sun Microsystems Inc. RISC Ada/Sparc compiles typical applications to unoptimised code at over 2,450 lines per minute and generates optimised code at over 1,650 lines per minute on a Sparcstation 1. TeleSoft’s EZ-Ada is claimed to save development time while making Ada development simpler since it includes graphical menus in which a developer can specify Ada tools and options to be invoked. Once the developer picks the desired options, the appropriate command is automatically invoked. EZ-Ada integrates with TeleSoft’s real time cross compilation tools, including the recently announced Triad System which includes a facility for automatic programming. Programmers can use EZ-Ada to select a Triad System real-time support package, function and appropriate parameters. EZ-Ada then generates corresponding source code for the Ada application to use these services.

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