trendy_terminal VS programming-with-ada

Compare trendy_terminal vs programming-with-ada and see what are their differences.

trendy_terminal

A Windows/Linux library for enabling terminal settings and driving character-by-character input. (by pyjarrett)

programming-with-ada

A guide for learning about the Ada Programming Language. (by pyjarrett)
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trendy_terminal

Posts with mentions or reviews of trendy_terminal. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-03-29.
  • How to handle platform/feature-specific code?
    5 projects | /r/ada | 29 Mar 2022
    The typical way that I've seen is to use the build system to change out body implementations for the platform being compiled. This is modeled after the traditional notion of treating translation units like "modules" in C and C++. When I wrote Trendy Terminal, that's the route that I took. This route avoids virtual function call (dynamic dispatch) overhead.
  • What Did You Work On in 2021?
    15 projects | /r/ada | 30 Dec 2021
    I also did a few things: - Wrote an online e-book about Ada - Septum - context-based source code search for multi-million line codebases (I use this nearly every day at work. It's being submitted as my Ada crate of the year. - dir_iterators - library similar to the incredible walkdir. - project_indicators - library for spinners and progress bars. - trendy_terminal - library for cross-platform terminal setup, VT100 support, and GNU readline-like behavior. - trendy_test - library for simple unit testing, which runs tests in parallel. - Ada Ray Tracer - an Ada port of Ray Tracing in One Weekend. - dirs_to_graphviz - Make graphviz files from directory trees. - rst_tables - a tool to draw RST table outlines.
  • New Ada Folks (<2 years), what made you pick up (or leave) Ada?
    10 projects | /r/ada | 14 Sep 2021
    It does, it's not enabled by default and you can check your code page with chcp. Trendy Terminal 0.0.1 handles this for you, I should be soon releasing a 0.0.2 version of Trendy Terminal which uses an RAII type to ensure this gets reset properly for you. I'd highly recommend using "Windows Terminal" over the plain Powershell or Command Prompt.

programming-with-ada

Posts with mentions or reviews of programming-with-ada. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-08-25.
  • yet another Ada web site?
    8 projects | /r/ada | 25 Aug 2022
  • Is it worth it to learn Ada in 2022? And how do I learn it?
    4 projects | /r/ada | 7 Jun 2022
    I wrote up a bunch of stuff about it
  • May 2022 What Are You Working On?
    12 projects | /r/ada | 1 May 2022
    I am writing an article for Programming with Ada showing how to send an IMCP using just the Ada standard library and writing your own bindings to C. This is a port of program I wrote in C++.
  • Request for comments: an idea for a central repository of knowledge and resources for Ada
    7 projects | /r/ada | 25 Mar 2022
    I have one already for my own Ada notes, but it doesn't autogenerate. Sphinx allows arbitrarily complex tables, while also providing the ability to generate the documentation and keep it locally, which would be important for people on isolated/proprietary/military networks. It would be interesting to have a site generated by a crate in Alire, so you could download and run it locally as needed.
  • How to get into the Ada world
    1 project | /r/ada | 7 Feb 2022
    There's also: - http://learn.adacore.com - https://pyjarrett.github.io/programming-with-ada/ - https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Ada_Programming - The video's not available yet, but this might be useful: https://fosdem.org/2022/schedule/event/ada_outsiders_guide/
  • What Did You Work On in 2021?
    15 projects | /r/ada | 30 Dec 2021
    I also did a few things: - Wrote an online e-book about Ada - Septum - context-based source code search for multi-million line codebases (I use this nearly every day at work. It's being submitted as my Ada crate of the year. - dir_iterators - library similar to the incredible walkdir. - project_indicators - library for spinners and progress bars. - trendy_terminal - library for cross-platform terminal setup, VT100 support, and GNU readline-like behavior. - trendy_test - library for simple unit testing, which runs tests in parallel. - Ada Ray Tracer - an Ada port of Ray Tracing in One Weekend. - dirs_to_graphviz - Make graphviz files from directory trees. - rst_tables - a tool to draw RST table outlines.
  • Why Is C Faster Than Java (2009)
    8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Dec 2021
    > say, Ada programmers.

    I stand summoned.

    > Unfortunately, none of them ever seem to show up.

    We do from time to time, but people assume our language is dead (it isn't). I learned it last year and I've been very impressed by how simple it is, given the speed you get with it.

    It was a "big language" at the time, but now it's a language smaller than Rust or C++ which offers good performance with straightforward syntax.

    Ada has inline assembly, easy usage of compiler intrinsics, dead-simple binding to C, built-in multi-tasking (which includes CPU pinning), a good standard library, RAII, and real honest-to-goodness built-in, not-null-terminated strings. It's a compiled language, so you get good speed in general, but the built-in concurrency really does help work which can be split up. Ada 202x is getting even finer grained parallelism (parallel for-loops) in the language itself to even further help this.

    - https://learn.adacore.com/

    - https://github.com/pyjarrett/programming-with-ada

    - https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Ada_Programming

What are some alternatives?

When comparing trendy_terminal and programming-with-ada you can also consider the following projects:

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Nim - Nim is a statically typed compiled systems programming language. It combines successful concepts from mature languages like Python, Ada and Modula. Its design focuses on efficiency, expressiveness, and elegance (in that order of priority).

dir_iterators - Iterator-based directory walks in Ada

python-cheatsheet - Comprehensive Python Cheatsheet

Ada_GUI - An Ada-oriented GUI

trendy_test - Ada Unit Testing Library

sdlada - Ada 2022 bindings to SDL 2 - Don't STAR this, this is my personal repo which I may delete over using the AGF one.

ada-ray-tracer

ada_language_server - Server implementing the Microsoft Language Protocol for Ada and SPARK

prometheus - Prometheus.io Haskell client.

Honki-Tonks-Zivilisationen - Der Code meines 4X-Rundenstrategiespiels. The Code of my 4X turn-based strategy game.