Dmitry Kazakov refreshed a bunch of his Ada packages a few days ago:
If Ada programming is your game, then there’s a good chance you’ll find one or more of Dmitry’s Ada packages beneficial, so be sure to check them out.
Hot on the heels of Strings Edit v2.6 comes v2.7. This latest releases fixes some bugs in the implementation of String-based streams. You can read Dmitry’s short and sweet release announcement here.
The always prolific Dmitry Kazakov is on fire today. With three new releases on the block, he must’ve been pretty busy these past days:
Tables for Ada provides a table that is searched using string keys. Strings edit implements and abundance of I/O facilities, and Simple components provides implementations of smart pointers, directed graphs, sets, maps, stacks, tables, string editing, unbounded arrays, expression analyzers, lock-free data structures, synchronization primitives (events, race condition free pulse events, arrays of events, reentrant mutexes, deadlock-free arrays of mutexes), pseudo-random non-repeating numbers, symmetric encoding and decoding, IEEE 754 representations support. Yea, I ripped that last wall of features directly from the website.
You can read the full release announcements for Tables for Ada, Strings edit and Simple components to get the full story on what exactly has been updated/fixed/changed in these packages.