1 Preinstalled here, on acf5.nyu.edu (Unix)
On acf5.nyu.edu, the simplest
way to run the Ada compiler is to:
For more information on gnatmake, use the --help option.
make sure /usr/local/gnat/bin is at the beginning of your command
source /usr/local/gnat/env-vals to have defined a few extra environment
given a source file hello.adb, get it compiled with:
This will produce an executable file called hello.
For Linux users, the Gnat compiler is available for the major Linux
distributions. Look at your favorite ftp site. (Note that executables produced
by Gnat for linux on my RedHat 6.1 distrib don't work.)
2 Under Linux
If you have a RedHat or Mandrake Linux installation, the Gnat packages
(RPM) are avaliable from http://www.gnuada.org/rpms.html.
If you have a debian installation, look at http://www.debian.org/Packages/unstable/devel/gnat.html.
Sources and binaries are available from ftp://cs.nyu.edu/pub/gnat/3.13p/
3 Under Windows
There is a version of Gnat for Windows (95, 98, NT). You may download it
from my machine:
Execute the downloaded file, and the Ada environment will install by itself.
(The original distribution is on ftp://cs.nyu.edu/pub/gnat/3.13p/winnt/.)