Ada cross compiler and libraries for AVR µCs
The AVR-Ada project provides the gcc based Ada compiler GNAT for the AVR 8-bit microcontrollers. This includes: - the Ada compiler - the Ada run time system and the AVR support library - documentation and some sample programs
The ARM-Ada project provide ravenscar runtime system and some useful libraries for deeply embedded applications written in gcc ada (gnat) language. For now RTS port for lpc21xx is done.
CGNU (Clean GNU) aims to use modern documentation technologies to clean the GNU project of bitrot and outdated build technology.
Supports writing Ada software for Cortex-M3, M4F boards
DEVELOPMENT OF THIS PROJECT HAS MOVED TO GITHUB, at https://github.com/simonjwright/cortex-gnat-rts This project contains various GNAT Ada Run Time Systems (RTSs) targeted at Cortex boards: so far, the Arduino Due (http://www.arduino.org) and the STM32F4-series evaluation boards from STMicroelectronics (http://www.st.com). It is intended that releases will allow the development of proprietary software (by the use of the GCC Runtime Library exception for project-developed code, and by only using manufacturer’s software where the same permission applies).
Port of Gnat ADA to embedded ARM targets
Port of Gnat ADA compiler to support descently ARM architectures. The project targets mainly Cortex-Mx CPUs
Ada compiler support for TI MSP430 processors
Compiler and device support for Ada programs on the ultra-low-power TI MSP430 microcontrollers. This project builds on the Gnu Gnat/GCC Ada compiler, the Sourceforge mspgcc back-end and MSP430 CPU support. It was inspired by the Sourceforge AVR-Ada project.