Development Log

  • GNAT Pro
    Mar 15th, 2016

    gnatpp:—no-end-id switch
    By default, gnatpp will insert the name of a program unit after "end" if it's not already there, and make sure the case matches that of the declaration. So for example, it might change "end;" to "end Some_Name;". A new switch --no-end-id disables this behavior.