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SHORT DESCRIPTION

Adds SCRIBE commands to Ada source for formatting via SCRIBE


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ASSET PROFILE

UNIT NAME
text Adaform (UNIX Lex input file)
VERSION
1.3
REVIEW CODE
NR
INET ADDRESS
"siemens!emery"@topaz
AUTHOR
David Emery
Siemens Research
105 College Rd
Princeton, NJ 08540
RIGHTS
PUBLIC DOMAIN
COPYRIGHT
Not documented in PAL database
DATE CREATED
2 MAY 85
DATE RELEASED
2 MAY 85
DATE LAST UPDATED
2 MAY 85
LOCATION
ASR
PAL
ENVIRONMENT
UNIX using LEX & CC
LIMITATIONS
Not documented in PAL database

FILE LISTING

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languages/ada/asr/ext_tool/adaform:
  File Name                 Size
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  adaform.zip             12,335


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    1 Files               12,335

ABSTRACT

        NOTE:  This is a UNIX lex input file.   You  need  a  lex
               processor  (and  C compiler) for this tool!!  This
               tool is NOT in Ada.

        Adaform  takes  a  legal  Ada program as input and adds Scribe
commands.  The output is then run through Scribe.   The  form  of  the
output  follows  the  typesetting  conventions  in  the  Ada LRM, with
reserved words in lower-case/boldface.  Additionally, comments are  in
italics.   Adaform  uses  the Scribe indexing capability to produce an
index of types, packages, procedures, etc, indexed by  both  name  and
'class'.   For instance, package Text_IO would be entered as "Text_IO,
package" and "Package, Text_IO".  Adaform is based on  the  lex  input
from H.  Fisher's Ada grammar.


REVISION HISTORY

DATE         VERSION	AUTHOR                  HISTORY
2 May 1985   1.3     David Emery             Initial release


RELEASE NOTICE

This prologue must be included in all copies of this software.

This software is released to the Ada community.

Restrictions on use or distribution:  NONE


DISCLAIMER

	This software and its documentation are provided "AS IS" and
without any expressed or implied warranties whatsoever.  No warranties
as to performance, merchantability, or fitness for a particular
purpose exist.
	The user is advised to test the software thoroughly before
relying on it.  The user must assume the entire risk and liability of
using this software.  In no event shall any person or organization of
people be held responsible for any direct, indirect, consequential or
inconsequential damages or lost profits.