Is it because of Ada's dynamic memory management being high level and type-safe? (an answer I found, unsure on validity)
"translation in ADA is time taking because Ada's dynamic memory management is high-level and type-safe. Ada does not have generic or untyped pointers; nor does it implicitly declare any pointer type. Instead, all dynamic memory allocation and deallocation must take place through explicitly declared access types."
Thanks for any input!
Sorry if this isn't the right location for the topic I wasn't sure where to place it
This post has been edited by R2B Boondocks: 25 March 2014 - 03:30 PM