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4 entries tagged with #Containers

by Pierre-Marie de Rodat

Pretty-Printing Ada Containers with GDB Scripts

When things don’t work as expected, developers usually do one of two things: either add debug prints to their programs, or run their programs under a debugger. Today we’ll focus on the latter activity.

#gdb   

by Fabien Chouteau

Ada on the first RISC-V microcontroller

The RISC-V open instruction set is getting more and more news coverage these days. In particular since the release of the first RISC-V microcontroller from SiFive and the announcement of an Arduino board at the Maker Faire Bay Area 2017.

#Embedded Development    #Ada    #RISC-V   

by Emmanuel Briot

Traits-Based Containers

This post describes the design of a new containers library. It highlights some of the limitations of the standard Ada containers, and proposes a new approach using generic packages as formal parameters to make these new containers highly configurable at compile time.

#Ada    #Containers    #Generics   

by Emmanuel Briot

Count them all (reference counting)

Reference countingReference counting is a way to automatically reclaim unused memory. An element is automatically deallocated as soon as there are no more references to it in the program.

#Ada    #memory management    #Storage Pools