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Ada 95 RM in hypertext HTML-structure


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UNIT NAME
Ada 95 HTML-Hypertext Reference Manual (ADARM95)
VERSION
1.0
ORIGIN
This is an electronic reprint of the "Ada 95 Reference Manual: Language
and Standard Libraries" with HTML annotations and a hypertext structure
created by Magnus Kempe.
REVIEW CODE
OK
INET ADDRESS
Magnus.Kempe@di.epfl.ch
AUTHOR
Magnus Kempe
DI-LGL / EPFL
1015 Lausanne
Switzerland
RIGHTS
Approved for Public Release
Free Distribution of the Entire Package Unlimited
COPYRIGHT
The HTML annotations and hypertext structure of the
"Ada 95 HTML-Hypertext Reference Manual" (Hyper-RM95) are
Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Magnus Kempe. All rights reserved.

The Ada 95 Reference Manual is Copyright (C) 1992,1993,1994,1995
by Intermetrics, Inc. -- assigned to the U.S. Government. All rights
reserved.
LOCATION
ftp://lglftp.epfl.ch/pub/Ada/HTML
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languages/ada/docs/adarm95:
  File Name                 Size
  ---------                 ----
  INSTALL                    999
  README                   5,064
  findrm9x*                3,339
  rm95hdos.zip           979,988
  rm95html-1.0/           15,872
  rm95html-1.0.tar.zip
                         568,385


Totals
  ==============  ==============
    6 Files            1,573,647

ABSTRACT

This is an electronic reprint of the "Ada 95 Reference Manual: Language
and Standard Libraries" with HTML annotations and a hypertext structure
created by Magnus Kempe.

This hypertext document is a transmogrified version of the revised
international standard (ISO/IEC 8652:1995): Information Technology --
Programming Languages -- Ada.  The entry point is the table of contents
(TOC), with three "zoom levels." All cross-references (to clauses,
paragraphs, etc.) in the text and index have become links which will
take you to the appropriate parts when followed.

The text of the reference manual is formatted and all paragraphs are
numbered in order to reflect the structure of the paper version.  The
presentation will of course slightly differ from that of the paper
version, first because some formatting information has been lost in the
process of going from Scribe to ASCII to HTML, and second because your
WWW browser provides you with a particular, possibly quite limited, view
of this document.

The package is subdivided into hypertext "pages," one page for each
section, annex, clause, and subclause.  This guarantees that when you
access a new page you will not wait forever to download and display it.

The index of the reference manual has been subdivided into sections by
alphabetical order. All entries are links to the corresponding paragraphs
of the document. 

On all pages of this package (sections, annexes, clauses, and
subclauses), you will find some links at the top and bottom.  They
provide a structure for systematic navigation in the reference manual.

NOTE: The PAL directory display on this asset is abbreviated due to its
length.


REVISION HISTORY

March 1995, version 1.0  Magnus Kempe
  First release of the package corresponding to the revised Ada standard


RELEASE NOTICE

This package may be freely copied and distributed, if accompanied by
this statement, and provided that integral copies of all files are
included (i.e. no change whatsoever is allowed).  You are asked to help
keep the hypertext annotations consistent, identical everywhere in the
world.  If you think something needs to be modified, tell the author
what and why.

Copies of the package are allowed but not recommended on other anonymous
FTP sites.  Copies are NOT allowed on government-subsidized FTP/WWW
sites which require registration and accounts.  This package is intended
exclusively for local installation; individual files extracted from the
package may NOT be exported outside of a site (e.g. company or
university) with FTP/WWW servers other than the Home of the Brave Ada
Programmers (HBAP).

You may not sell these hypertext annotations but you may include and use
them in an application.  There are no royalties for such uses of the
annotations; the author only asks that any documentation acknowledge that
it includes or uses the hypertext annotations developed by him.


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BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
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