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Ada contributions : demos of GTKAda, binding to PCRE

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Ada contributions :

1/Lorenz is a small animation program which draws the Lorenz attractor using GTK+.
For maximum portability, it uses Ada and GTKAda with a Glade3 interface
Windows executable bundled with all the GTK DLL's is provided.
Upgraded to Gtk3 in 2017

2/Thin Ada binding to PCRE regular expression.

3/Gate3 : Ada code sketcher for glade3. generates an Ada prototype from a XML file.
Enables RAD of user interface with glade

4/Julia set with GtkAda

5/OpenGL demos within a Gtk window. NeHe lessons and the penguin demo from testgtk. sources and executable for Windows

6/check_gtkada diagnoses your GtkAda installation. For Gtk3 only

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Languages

French, English

Intended Audience

Science/Research, Education, Developers

User Interface

GTK+

Programming Language

Ada

Registered

2012-04-27

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