[Ann] AdaControl 1.13r8 released

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J-P. Rosen

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Dec 1, 2011, 7:09:14 AM12/1/11
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A new version of AdaControl is available from
http://www.adalog.fr/adacontrol2.htm

Apart from a number of new rules (412 checks!) and bug fixes as usual,
this version is now able to process Ada2005 code without choking. This
required updating a number of rules (for example, all rules dealing with
return must now handle the extended return statement). A couple of the
new rules deal with Ada2005 constructs, too.

Note that, as announced before, the files are now hosted on SourceForge,
and that the bleeding edge version is available there from the GIT
repository. Note also that it is possible to report issues through the
MantisBT system on SourceForge.

If you are a regular user, please click on "I use this" from
AdaControl's home page, and/or support it from the SourceForge page.
Let's build up a community of users!
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Yannick Duchêne (Hibou57)

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Dec 1, 2011, 8:26:20 AM12/1/11
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Thanks for the Christmas present (cheese)

Le Thu, 01 Dec 2011 13:09:14 +0100, J-P. Rosen <ro...@adalog.fr> a écrit:

> A new version of AdaControl is available from
> http://www.adalog.fr/adacontrol2.htm
>
> Apart from a number of new rules (412 checks!) and bug fixes as usual,
> this version is now able to process Ada2005 code without choking. This
> required updating a number of rules (for example, all rules dealing with
> return must now handle the extended return statement). A couple of the
> new rules deal with Ada2005 constructs, too.
>
> Note that, as announced before, the files are now hosted on SourceForge,
> and that the bleeding edge version is available there from the GIT
> repository. Note also that it is possible to report issues through the
> MantisBT system on SourceForge.
>
> If you are a regular user, please click on "I use this" from
> AdaControl's home page, and/or support it from the SourceForge page.
> Let's build up a community of users!


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