This chapter describes how to use GNAT’s command line interface to build executable Ada programs. On most platforms a visually oriented Integrated Development Environment is also available, the GNAT Programming Studio (GPS). GPS offers a graphical "look and feel", support for development in other programming languages, comprehensive browsing features, and many other capabilities. For information on GPS please refer to Using the GNAT Programming Studio.
|• Running GNAT:|
|• Running a Simple Ada Program:|
|• Running a Program with Multiple Units:|
|• Using the gnatmake Utility:|