Category : Miscellaneous Language Source Code
Archive   : ADA-LRM3.ZIP
Filename : LRMR.PRO

 
Output of file : LRMR.PRO contained in archive : ADA-LRM3.ZIP

-------- SIMTEL20 Ada Software Repository Prologue ------------
--
-- Unit name : procedure LRM, package LRM_TYPES, package
-- : MACHINE_SPECIFIC, package LRM_GLOBAL, package
-- : LRM_NON_SMG, package LRM_SMG, package SMG.
-- Version : 1.0
-- Author : Esther M. Lumsdon, Programmer,
-- : ReDTEA Project, Norfolk State University
-- :
-- : Portions of this work were sponsored by a United States
-- : Army Research Grant: ARO Proposal # 25510-EL-H
-- :
-- : Contact:
-- : George C. Harrison, PhD
-- : Professor of Computer Science
-- : Computer Science Department
-- : Norfolk State University
-- : 2401 Corprew Ave.
-- : Norfolk, VA 23504
-- : (804) 683-8654
-- DDN Address :
-- Copyright : (c) 1989 Esther M. Lumsdon
-- Date created : December, 1988
-- Release date : March 20, 1989
-- Last update : March 20, 1989
-- Machine/System Compiled/Run on :
-- DEC Ada version 1.5 on VAX, VMS version 4.7
-- Meridian AdaVantage version 2.1 on AT, MS-DOS version 3.2
--
---------------------------------------------------------------
--
-- Keywords : Ada LRM Reader
--
-- Abstract :
-- This compilation closure is a reader for the ANSI Ada LRM distributed
-- in the SIMTEL Ada Repository. It's menu-driven. Code for 3 versions
-- is distributed as follows:
-- a) PC version requiring ANSI.SYS,
-- b) VMS version requiring ANSI terminal,
-- c) VMS version requiring VT100 or better terminal.
-- The VT100 version calls VMS SMG$ system routines in package LRM_SMG.
-- If you don't have both VMS and a VT100+, use package LRM_NON_SMG instead.
-- Otherwise, all machine-specific code is limited to package
-- MACHINE_SPECIFIC. Installation instructions are available in a .DOC
-- file included with this distribution.
--
-- The user may read (a screen-ful at a time) the Foreword, Table of Contents,
-- Postscript, Annexes, Credits, and chapters of the Ada LRM. In reading
-- chapters, the user must choose an entire chapter, a section of a chapter,
-- or a paragraph of a chapter to read. For example, the user may read
-- section 8.3, or paragraph 8.3(17).
--
-- The complete set of files consists of 19 source files (for the 3
-- versions of the code) and 9 data files.
-- List them when named according to SIMTEL conventions, and say what
-- packages and parts are inside them.
--
------------------ Revision history ---------------------------
--
-- DATE VERSION AUTHOR HISTORY
-- 03/20/89 1.0 Lumsdon Initial Release
--
------------------ Distribution and Copyright -----------------
--
-- This prologue must be included in all copies of this software.
--
-- This software is copyright by the author.
--
-- This software is released to the Ada community.
-- Restrictions on use or distribution: Author Esther Lumsdon
-- _must_ be given credit wherever this code is used or
-- distributed. She must be listed among authors, if this code
-- is modified, or included in other code. If her code is
-- modified, or included in a larger work, this fact must be
-- clearly indicated where credit is given.
--
------------------ 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.
--
-- Because of the diversity of conditions and hardware under
-- which this software may be used, no warranty of fitness for
-- a particular purpose is offered. 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.
--
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  3 Responses to “Category : Miscellaneous Language Source Code
Archive   : ADA-LRM3.ZIP
Filename : LRMR.PRO

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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