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STONEMAN On-Line

STONEMAN is the original requirements document for Ada Programming Support Environments and was released in February 1980.

You Can View STONEMAN in HTML format (about 79 KBytes).


STONEMAN Table of Contents

  1. INTRODUCTION

  2. PERSPECTIVE
    2.A Current Practice
    2.B APSE Overview
    2.C Strategy for Advancement

  3. PRINCIPLES

  4. REQUIREMENTS FOR APSEs
    4.A APSE Database Requirements
    4.B APSE Database Notes
    4.C APSE Control Requirements
    4.D APSE Control Notes
    4.E APSE Toolset Requirements
    4.F APSE Toolset Notes

  5. REQUIREMENTS FOR KAPSEs
    5.A KAPSE Database Requirements
    5.B KAPSE Database Notes
    5.C KAPSE Function Requirements
    5.D KAPSE Function Notes
    5.E KAPSE Interface Requirements
    5.F KAPSE Interface Notes

  6. REQUIREMENTS FOR MAPSEs
    6.A MAPSE Toolset Requirements
    6.B MAPSE Toolset Notes
    6.C MAPSE Library Requirements
    6.D MAPSE Library notes

  7. APSE COMPONENTS
    7.A APSE Tools
    7.B APSE Libraries

You can also download STONEMAN in a variety of formats (you will probably need to hold down a shift key while selecting these files):

Advanced users can jump to any specific requirement by appending a "#" and the requirement number to the STONEMAN URL. For example, a link to stoneman.htm#5.A.4 brings up requirement 5.A.4 (which indicates that objects in the database must have attributes). You can start at specific chapters in the same way, for example, a link to stoneman.htm#4 shows chapter 4 (which discusses requirements for APSEs).

Feel free to copy STONEMAN On-Line, but if you use one of these electronic versions please give Clyde Roby credit for doing the conversions to electronic media.

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