PowerAda Annex M

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For documentation purposes, here is package Standard as it would be defined for PowerAda

The Ada language allows for certain machine dependences in a controlled manner. Each Ada implementation must document all implementation-defined characteristics:

(2) - Whether or not each recommendation given in Implementation Advice is followed. See 1.1.2(37).
(3) - Capacity limitations of the implementation. See 1.1.3(3).
(4) - Variations from the standard that are impractical to avoid given the implementation's execution environment. See 1.1.3(6).
(5) - Which code_statements cause external interactions. See 1.1.3(10).
(6) - The coded representation for the text of an Ada program. See 2.1(4).
(7) - The control functions allowed in comments. See 2.1(14).
(8) - The representation for an end of line. See 2.2(2).
(9) - Maximum supported line length and lexical element length. See 2.2(15).
(10) - Implementation-defined pragmas. See 2.8(14).
(11) - Effect of pragma Optimize. See 2.8(27).
(12) - The sequence of characters of the value returned by S'Image when some of the graphic characters of S'Wide_Image are not defined in Character. See 3.5(37).
(13) - The predefined integer types declared in Standard. See 3.5.4(25).
(14) - Any nonstandard integer types and the operators defined for them. See 3.5.4(26).
(15) - Any nonstandard real types and the operators defined for them. See 3.5.6(8).
(16) - What combinations of requested decimal precision and range are supported for floating point types. See 3.5.7(7).
(17) - The predefined floating point types declared in Standard. See 3.5.7(16).
(18) - The small of an ordinary fixed point type. See 3.5.9(8).
(19) - What combinations of small, range, and digits are supported for fixed point types. See 3.5.9(10).
(20) - The result of Tags.Expanded_Name for types declared within an unnamed block_statement. See 3.9(10).
(21) - Implementation-defined attributes. See 4.1.4(12).
(22) - Any implementation-defined time types. See 9.6(6).
(23) - The time base associated with relative delays. See 9.6(20).
(24) - The time base of the type Calendar.Time. See 9.6(23).
(25) - The timezone used for package Calendar operations. See 9.6(24).
(26) - Any limit on delay_until_statements of select_statements. See 9.6(29).
(27) - Whether or not two nonoverlapping parts of a composite object are independently addressable, in the case where packing, record layout, or Component_Size is specified for the object. See 9.10(1).
(28) - The representation for a compilation. See 10.1(2).
(29) - Any restrictions on compilations that contain multiple compilation_units. See 10.1(4).
(30) - The mechanisms for creating an environment and for adding and replacing compilation units. See 10.1.4(3).
(31) - The manner of explicitly assigning library units to a partition. See 10.2(2).
(32) - The implementation-defined means, if any, of specifying which compilation units are needed by a given compilation unit. See 10.2(2).
(33) - The manner of designating the main subprogram of a partition. See 10.2(7).
(34) - The order of elaboration of library_items. See 10.2(18).
(35) - Parameter passing and function return for the main subprogram. See 10.2(21).
(36) - The mechanisms for building and running partitions. See 10.2(24).
(37) - The details of program execution, including program termination. See 10.2(25).
(38) - The semantics of any nonactive partitions supported by the implementation. See 10.2(28).
(39) - The information returned by Exception_Message. See 11.4.1(10).
(40) - The result of Exceptions.Exception_Name for types declared within an unnamed block_statement. See 11.4.1(12).
(41) - The information returned by Exception_Information. See 11.4.1(13).
(42) - Implementation-defined check names. See 11.5(27).
(43) - The interpretation of each aspect of representation. See 13.1(20).
(44) - Any restrictions placed upon representation items. See 13.1(20).
(45) - The meaning of Size for indefinite subtypes. See 13.3(48).
(46) - The default external representation for a type tag. See 13.3(75).
(47) - What determines whether a compilation unit is the same in two different partitions. See 13.3(76).
(48) - Implementation-defined components. See 13.5.1(15).
(49) - If Word_Size = Storage_Unit, the default bit ordering. See 13.5.3(5).
(50) - The contents of the visible part of package System and its language-defined children. See 13.7(2).
(51) - The contents of the visible part of package System.Machine_Code, and the meaning of code_statements. See 13.8(7).
(52) - The effect of unchecked conversion. See 13.9(11).
(53) - The manner of choosing a storage pool for an access type when Storage_Pool is not specified for the type. See 13.11(17).
(54) - Whether or not the implementation provides user-accessible names for the standard pool type(s). See 13.11(17).
(55) - The meaning of Storage_Size. See 13.11(18).
(56) - Implementation-defined aspects of storage pools. See 13.11(22).
(57) - The set of restrictions allowed in a pragma Restrictions. See 13.12(7).
(58) - The consequences of violating limitations on Restrictions pragmas. See 13.12(9).
(59) - The representation used by the Read and Write attributes of elementary types in terms of stream elements. See 13.13.2(9).
(60) - The names and characteristics of the numeric subtypes declared in the visible part of package Standard. See A.1(3).
(61) - The accuracy actually achieved by the elementary functions. See A.5.1(1).
(62) - The sign of a zero result from some of the operators or functions in Numerics.Generic_Elementary_Functions, when Float_Type'Signed_Zeros is True. See A.5.1(46).
(63) - The value of Numerics.Float_Random.Max_Image_Width. See A.5.2(27).
(64) - The value of Numerics.Discrete_Random.Max_Image_Width. See A.5.2(27).
(65) - The algorithms for random number generation. See A.5.2(32).
(66) - The string representation of a random number generator's state. See A.5.2(38).
(67) - The minimum time interval between calls to the time-dependent Reset procedure that are guaranteed to initiate different random number sequences. See A.5.2(45).
(68) - The values of the Model_Mantissa, Model_Emin, Model_Epsilon, Model, Safe_First, and Safe_Last attributes, if the Numerics Annex is not supported. See A.5.3(72).
(69) - Any implementation-defined characteristics of the input-output packages. See A.7(14).
(70) - The value of Buffer_Size in Storage_IO. See A.9(10).
(71) - external files for standard input, standard output, and standard error. See A.10(5).
(72) - The accuracy of the value produced by Put. See A.10.9(36).
(73) - The meaning of Argument_Count, Argument, and Command_Name. See A.15(1).
(74) - Implementation-defined convention names. See B.1(11).
(75) - The meaning of link names. See B.1(36).
(76) - The manner of choosing link names when neither the link name nor the address of an imported or exported entity is specified. See B.1(36).
(77) - The effect of pragma Linker_Options. See B.1(37).
(78) - The contents of the visible part of package Interfaces and its language-defined descendants. See B.2(1).
(79) - Implementation-defined children of package Interfaces. The contents of the visible part of package Interfaces. See B.2(11).
(80) - The types Floating, Long_Floating, Binary, Long_Binary, Decimal_Element, and COBOL_Character; and the initializations of the variables Ada_To_COBOL and COBOL_To_Ada, in Interfaces.COBOL See B.4(50).
(81) - Support for access to machine instructions. See C.1(1).
(82) - Implementation-defined aspects of access to machine operations. See C.1(9).
(83) - Implementation-defined aspects of interrupts. See C.3(2).
(84) - Implementation-defined aspects of preelaboration. See C.4(13).
(85) - The semantics of pragma Discard_Names. See C.5(7).
(86) - The result of the Task_Identification.Image attribute. See C.7.1(7).
(87) - The value of Current_Task when in a protected entry or interrupt handler. See C.7.1(17).
(88) - The effect of calling Current_Task from an entry body or interrupt handler. See C.7.1(19).
(89) - Implementation-defined aspects of Task_Attributes. See C.7.2(19).
(90) - Values of all Metrics. See D(2).
(91) - The declarations of Any_Priority and Priority. See D.1(11).
(92) - Implementation-defined execution resources. See D.1(15).
(93) - Whether, on a multiprocessor, a task that is waiting for access to a protected object keeps its processor busy. See D.2.1(3).
(94) - The affect of implementation defined execution resources on task dispatching. See D.2.1(9).
(95) - Implementation-defined policy_identifiers allowed in a pragma Task_Dispatching_Policy. See D.2.2(3).
(96) - Implementation-defined aspects of priority inversion. See D.2.2(16).
(97) - Implementation defined task dispatching. See D.2.2(18).
(98) - Implementation-defined policy_identifiers allowed in a pragma Locking_Policy. See D.3(4).
(99) - Default ceiling priorities. See D.3(10).
(100) - The ceiling of any protected object used internally by the implementation. See D.3(16).
(101) - Implementation-defined queuing policies. See D.4(1).
(102) - On a multiprocessor, any conditions that cause the completion of an aborted construct to be delayed later than what is specified for a single processor. See D.6(3).
(103) - Any operations that implicitly require heap storage allocation. See D.7(8).
(104) - Implementation-defined aspects of pragma Restrictions. See D.7(20).
(105) - Implementation-defined aspects of package Real_Time. See D.8(17).
(106) - Implementation-defined aspects of delay_statements. See D.9(8).
(107) - The upper bound on the duration of interrupt blocking caused by the implementation. See D.12(5).
(108) - The means for creating and executing distributed programs. See E(5).
(109) - Any events that can result in a partition becoming inaccessible. See E.1(7).
(110) - The scheduling policies, treatment of priorities, and management of shared resources between partitions in certain cases. See E.1(11).
(111) - Events that cause the version of a compilation unit to change. See E.3(5).
(112) - Whether the execution of the remote subprogram is immediately aborted as a result of cancellation. See E.4(13).
(113) - Implementation-defined aspects of the PCS. See E.5(25).
(114) - Implementation-defined interfaces in the PCS. See E.5(26).
(115) - The values of named numbers in the package Decimal. See F.2(7).
(116) - The value of Max_Picture_Length in the package Text_IO.Editing. See F.3.3(16).
(117) - The value of Max_Picture_Length in the package Wide_Text_IO.Editing. See F.3.4(5).
(118) - The accuracy actually achieved by the complex elementary functions and by other complex arithmetic operations. See G.1(1).
(119) - The sign of a zero result (or a component thereof) from any operator or function in Numerics.Generic_Complex_Types, when Real'Signed_Zeros is True. See G.1.1(53).
(120) - The sign of a zero result (or a component thereof) from any operator or function in Numerics.Generic_Complex_Elementary_Functions, when Complex_Types.Real'Signed_Zeros is True. See G.1.2(45).
(121) - Whether the strict mode or the relaxed mode is the default. See G.2(2).
(122) - The result interval in certain cases of fixed-to-float conversion. See G.2.1(10).
(123) - The result of a floating point arithmetic operation in overflow situations, when the Machine_Overflows attribute of the result type is False. See G.2.1(13).
(124) - The result interval for division (or exponentiation by a negative exponent), when the floating point hardware implements division as multiplication by a reciprocal. See G.2.1(16).
(125) - The definition of close result set, which determines the accuracy of certain fixed point multiplications and divisions. See G.2.3(5).
(126) - Conditions on a universal_real operand of a fixed point multiplication or division for which the result shall be in the perfect result set. See G.2.3(22).
(127) - The result of a fixed point arithmetic operation in overflow situations, when the Machine_Overflows attribute of the result type is False. See G.2.3(27).
(128) - The result of an elementary function reference in overflow situations, when the Machine_Overflows attribute of the result type is False. See G.2.4(4).
(129) - The value of the angle threshold, within which certain elementary functions, complex arithmetic operations, and complex elementary functions yield results conforming to a maximum relative error bound. See G.2.4(10).
(130) - The accuracy of certain elementary functions for parameters beyond the angle threshold. See G.2.4(10).
(131) - The result of a complex arithmetic operation or complex elementary function reference in overflow situations, when the Machine_Overflows attribute of the corresponding real type is False. See G.2.6(5).
(132) - The accuracy of certain complex arithmetic operations and certain complex elementary functions for parameters (or components thereof) beyond the angle threshold. See G.2.6(8).
(133) - Information regarding bounded errors and erroneous execution. See H.2(1).
(134) - Implementation-defined aspects of pragma Inspection_Point. See H.3.2(8).
(135) - Implementation-defined aspects of pragma Restrictions. See H.4(25).
(136) - Any restrictions on pragma Restrictions. See H.4(27).
(137) - Interrupts to which a task entry may be attached. See J.7.1(12).
(138) - Whether the invocation of an interrupt entry has the effect of an ordinary entry call, conditional call, or a timed call, and whether the effect varies in the presence of pending interrupts. See J.7.1(13).
(139) - The effect of pragma Inline.