AdaControl 1.12r3 released

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J-P. Rosen

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Apr 13, 2010, 4:50:01 AM4/13/10
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Adalog is pleased to announce a new release of AdaControl.

This release includes various improvements, bug fixes, etc. and raises
the number of possible checks to 388.

As usual, it is available in source (GMGPL) and executable for
Gnat-GPL2009 forms from http://www.adalog.fr/adacontrol2.htm

Enjoy!
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Anh Vo

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Apr 15, 2010, 12:30:22 PM4/15/10
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On Apr 13, 1:50 am, "J-P. Rosen" <ro...@adalog.fr> wrote:
> Adalog is pleased to announce a new release of AdaControl.
>
> This release includes various improvements, bug fixes, etc. and raises
> the number of possible checks to 388.
>
> As usual, it is available in source (GMGPL) and executable for
> Gnat-GPL2009 forms fromhttp://www.adalog.fr/adacontrol2.htm

Thank you for share your work.

All source distributions have problems to be unzip/untar after
downloading. I am sure if I am the only one who has this problem.

Anh Vo

Simon Wright

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Apr 15, 2010, 2:58:41 PM4/15/10
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Anh Vo <anhvo...@gmail.com> writes:

> On Apr 13, 1:50 am, "J-P. Rosen" <ro...@adalog.fr> wrote:
>> Adalog is pleased to announce a new release of AdaControl.
>>
>> This release includes various improvements, bug fixes, etc. and raises
>> the number of possible checks to 388.
>>
>> As usual, it is available in source (GMGPL) and executable for

>> Gnat-GPL2009 forms from http://www.adalog.fr/adacontrol2.htm


>
> Thank you for share your work.
>
> All source distributions have problems to be unzip/untar after
> downloading. I am sure if I am the only one who has this problem.

Unzipped OK here (Mac OS X).

Peter C. Chapin

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Apr 16, 2010, 9:44:57 PM4/16/10
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Anh Vo wrote:

> On Apr 13, 1:50 am, "J-P. Rosen" <ro...@adalog.fr> wrote:
>> Adalog is pleased to announce a new release of AdaControl.
>>
>> This release includes various improvements, bug fixes, etc. and raises
>> the number of possible checks to 388.
>>
>> As usual, it is available in source (GMGPL) and executable for
>> Gnat-GPL2009 forms fromhttp://www.adalog.fr/adacontrol2.htm
>
> Thank you for share your work.

Let me echo that sentiment. Thanks for the great tool!

> All source distributions have problems to be unzip/untar after
> downloading. I am sure if I am the only one who has this problem.

I didn't have any problems unpacking it here (openSUSE Linux 11.1). However, I
am getting the following error in my GPS (v4.3.1) when I first start the
environment:

/opt/gnat/share/gps/plug-ins/adactl.py:479: GtkWarning:
gtk_widget_set_accel_path: assertion `_gtk_accel_path_is_valid (accel_path)'
failed add_before=True);

It doesn't seem to inhibit any functionality that I've noticed so far. Any
ideas about what this means?

Peter

J-P. Rosen

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Apr 17, 2010, 1:34:03 AM4/17/10
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Peter C. Chapin a écrit :

> /opt/gnat/share/gps/plug-ins/adactl.py:479: GtkWarning:
> gtk_widget_set_accel_path: assertion `_gtk_accel_path_is_valid (accel_path)'
> failed add_before=True);
>
> It doesn't seem to inhibit any functionality that I've noticed so far. Any
> ideas about what this means?
>
1) It is a gtk error message from GPS, I have no idea where it comes
from (I didn't have that here on the same GPS)

2) add_before is a parameter to define the place where a new item is to
be added in a menu. It is used when adding the "help on rule" menu item.
So it may be the case that this item does not appear where I intended
it to be. A restriction I hope you can live with ;-)

Peter C. Chapin

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Apr 17, 2010, 11:08:43 AM4/17/10
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J-P. Rosen wrote:


> 1) It is a gtk error message from GPS, I have no idea where it comes
> from (I didn't have that here on the same GPS)
>
> 2) add_before is a parameter to define the place where a new item is to
> be added in a menu. It is used when adding the "help on rule" menu item.
> So it may be the case that this item does not appear where I intended
> it to be. A restriction I hope you can live with ;-)

On the AdaControl help menu I see "User Guide", "Help on rule", and "About."
Everything seems to work fine. I guess I won't worry about it. :)

Peter


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