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Not performed because source code is not Ada
Ada2html takes as input a set of Ada source files and generates (as output) a set of HTML (hypertext) files. These generated files are the Ada source files with a large number of hypertext links added to them, so users can walk around the Ada source using the hypertext links. The generated files also have Ada keywords bolded and comments italicized. You can view the resulting output using any HTML browser. You do not need Unix, GNAT, or perl to view the results, but you will need an HTML browser to view the results in the way they're intended. Examples of HTML browsers are Netscape, Mosaic, Cello, Lynx, and Microsoft's Internet Explorer.
December 9, 1995 - Version 1.0 - initial public release to the PAL
There are NO restrictions on this program's distribution. You may modify the program and redistribute it under the terms of the FSF General Public License. There are only two additional restrictions on this program's use: * All generated files must keep their acknowledgement that David A. Wheeler created ada2html and that ada2html was used to generate the HTML format. You may not change "ada2html" in a way that removes this acknowledgement, and you may not grant anyone else permission to remove those acknowledgements. I'm giving this program away, and in return I ask that you give me some credit. * You may not submit anything generated by ada2html to the ARA for its Ada programming competition until/unless "program Small" at http://wwwlgl.epfl.ch/Ada/Lovelace/small.htm wins the ARA Ada programming competition. This is because I view this program (ada2html) as a "special advantage" in my submission to ARA's Ada programming competition. I originally created ada2html to improve my submission, and I don't think it's fair for others to use my own tools against me. This does not restrict the ARA (or anyone else) from using the ada2html program, it merely requires that ada2html-generated files not be counted as part of a submission to the ARA. I will probably remove this particular restriction in the near future (hopefully because I won :-) ! ).
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. This software is not endorsed by the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA), the U.S. Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government.
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