This is to track status of gcc-gnat for ppc64 so that dependent packages can
enable support once it is completed.
Does any package that needs Ada actually package libraries (which would need to
plplot packages an Ada interface library and is currently a multilib package.
Is this just a bootstrapping issue again (as gcc-gnat for ppc was recently) or
is there real work to be done by someone more clueful than I?
It might be just the bootstrapping, depends on the shape of ppc64 gnat port.
I have never actually built it, so don't know its shape.
plplot is not actually shipping the ada bindings yet (just building/testing), so
this is very low priority (for plplot) at the moment.
Based on the date this bug was created, it appears to have been reported
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This is just a tracking bug. Plplot does now have an ada interface so it would
be nice to be able to build for ppc64, but it can wait.
gcc-4.4.0-0.9 in dist-f11-gcc44 has Ada support on ppc64. No plans to do this for older gccs, so this will be fixed in Fedora 11.