Development of Generic Purposes Algorithms in AdaOverviewThis project is intended to share and discuss generic Ada implementations. Ada is a very powerful language which is not yet well difused in open source community, but it can be very much useful in several areas such as real-time processing, parallel/threading tasking and is high safety code debugging.
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The IdeaThe idea of this project came up when me and a friend of mine were trying to find some academic implementations to Wavelets bodies in Ada. Nonsense to imagine that we hardly could find a Fourier public implementation, thanks who helped us to find! So we thought...if we could develop these codes and delivered to coding community? We thought this could bring up a new development to scientific body so we decided to start production.
NewsSee what's new in ada-dream project:
2009.07.20: We already have some code inside! scientific_plot is a package which intends to be a IEEE type plot for data. It's in /trunk (last graph_plot_using_jewl). In Wiki, see the page Algorithms, with a brief description of each algorithm included in our repository.
2009.07.18: /trunk/readme.txt containing instructions of committing updated. New ideas page created on Wiki Default folder default_algorithm_folder for algorithms created in /trunk Space for graph_plot_using_jewl created in /trunk Adding new code implementationsWhen adding a new algorithm folder, please follow theses steps:
1) In /trunk, create a folder with the algorithm name in lower case
2) Inside the new folder, create an html page explaining the algorith, how to install it, how to use it and other relevant informations
3) Inside the folder, commit just at least compiled ada files
4) Do not commit obj and bin files, just sources
5) You can use a simple architecture for development:
/trunk/algorithname/ --> algorithname.html
/trunk/algorithname/src --> source files
/trunk/algorithname/obj --> do not contain files (subversion ignorable-files folder)
/trunk/algorithname/bin --> equal
/trunk/algorithname/lib --> public libraries using with the project
/trunk/algorithname/data --> some data files used by program
the /trunk/readme.txt file has these informations too.
Updated 2009 July, 20.
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