Commit d7a6931d authored by yoogx's avatar yoogx

* Remove these useless files

parent 0ade7929
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-- CODING GUIDELINES for the Ocarina tool suite --
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-- $Id: CODING_GUIDELINES 4768 2008-10-23 09:32:50Z zalila $
The Ada 95 Quality & Style Guide and the GNAT coding style have to be
respected. The GNAT coding style is available at:
- http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gnat-style/
Each file should start with the standard Ocarina copyright header,
then a blank line, then a comment that documents its purpose, followed
by a blank line. The Ocarina copyright header might be adapted for
copyrighted specs or code from third party.
If a package body needs to explicitly execute some code for its
initialization, this MUST NOT be done in the elaboration code.
Instead, a parameterless procedure Initialize must be declared
containing the necessary initialization code, and this procedure
should be called by the corresponding module initialization routine.
The code shall not produce warnings when compiled with -gnatwa -gnaty.
Any use of pragma Warnings (Off) shall be documented by a comment. In
other words, './configure --enable-debug && make' shall terminate
successfully.
Usage of Ada 2005 features is allowed provided that all the Ada
compilers listed in the Ocarina documentation can still compile it.
Copyright headers should be up to date whenever necessary, using the
script /support/update_headers.sh:
- Copyright date information is either
- x where x is year of code's creation,
- y - z where y is year of code's creation and z is year of last
modification, if y /= z.
By code's creation, we mean the date the code was first created and
checked in in Ocarina repository. If packages are renamed, merged,
copyright years must remain consistent with package content.
- Some packages require specific adjustments to take into account
references to other projects (e.g. GNAT components)
Always update (or create if necessary) README file for each example.
Any modification to NEWS must be propagated to the Ocarina User's
guide to ensure consistency.
Any commented code is prohibited unless a reasonable comment message
justifies its presence.
Before any commit, check that 'make distcheck' runs successfully. Make
distcheck verifies:
- the testsuite runs successfully (In case the testsuite files are
present)
- all the examples compile AND RUN successfully.
- the source package installs and uninstalls correctly and is
self-contained.
Commit messages must be clear and must explain 'why' (and not 'how')
all the changes have been made. When a mistake is found in the commit
message after the commit is sent, the message can be corrected by
issuing the following command:
%/> svn propedit --revprop svn:log -r <revision number> . (the
trailing 'dot' is the last element of the command)
After that, an editor with the old message opens. It can be fixed and
validated.
-- LEGAL INSTRUCTIONS for contributors to Ocarina
-- $Id: CONTRIBUTING 3978 2007-09-20 12:20:11Z zalila $
The copyright in any contribution to Ocarina must be assigned to
GET-Telecom Paris prior to checkin or patch submission. Each
contributor must fill out the form below and email it to the
Ocarina Users mailing list (ocarina-users@listes.enst.fr).
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Please email the following information to
ocarina-users@listes.enst.fr.
Please use your full legal name (in ASCII characters) as the subject
line of the message.
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REQUEST: CONTRIBUTE TO OCARINA
[What is the name of the program or package you're contributing to?]
The Ocarina AADL tool suite
[Did you copy any files or text written by someone else in these
changes? Even if that material is free software, we need to know
about it.]
[Do you have an employer who might have a basis to claim to own your
changes? Do you attend a school which might make such a claim?]
[For the copyright registration, what country are you a citizen of?]
[What year were you born?]
[Please write your email address here.]
[Please write your postal address here.]
[Which files have you changed so far, and which new files have you
written so far?]
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