A Detailed Description of the GNU Ada Run Time Version 1.0 – Integrated with the GNAT 3.15p sources and the annotated Ada Reference Manual (Technical Corrigendum 1).
Free Ada Books
This is the first Ada tutorial covering the Ada 2005 standard. If you are a beginner you will learn the latest standard — if you are a seasoned Ada user you can see what’s new. Current Development Stage for Ada Programming is “75% developed as of Jun 2, 2008 (Jun 2, 2008)”. At this date, there are more than 200 pages in this book, which makes Ada Programming one of the largest programming wikibooks.
Ada and Beyond: Software Policies for the Department of Defense is freely available online.
The Ada 95 Adoption Handbook provides a comprehensive guide to help Program Executive Officers (PEOs) and Program Managers (PMs) understand and implement the transition to Ada 95.
This online book will explain the basics of the Ada computer programming language. Lovelace provides an introduction to Ada 95, one of the most widely used programming languages in the world. Although the reader is assumed to have a basic understanding of programming, no prior exposure to Ada is assumed and all the basics of the language are covered.
This is a free online Ada book “Quick Ada”.
This online book covers every keyword of Ada programming language. Each element of this book is an anchor to a description of a syntax rule of the Ada language.
This online book covers basic software development on Linux a review of the core Ada 95 language and an introduction to designing programs that work with the Linux kernel and standard C libraries. It also covers some of the Ada bindings that exist for packages like Motif TCL and GTK+.
Free online book Ada 95 by Laurent Guerby. Ada 95 is a natural evolution of Ada 83. The enhancements have been made without disturbing the existing investment in Ada 83 programs and programmers. Upward compatibility has been a prime goal and has been achieved within the constraints imposed by other requirements.
This free online book covers the following topics: Numeric Considerations, IO Utilities, Programming isn’t software engineering and Testing software components and programs.