Configuration Management with the ADA Language System
Characteristics of large software projects and five basic configuration management capabilities are identified. The design of the Ada Language System (ALS) is then described in terms of these basic capabilities. The ALS is a computer programming support environment for Ada.
KeywordsAccess Control Foster Parent Source Text Programmer Coordination Configuration Management
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