FSU Pthreads is an implementation of POSIX Threads, a standard for threads, written for Ada. It was developed by Ted Baker and his computer science students at Florida State University (FSU) for use in the Ada programming language. Baker received the 1999 SIGAda Award for Outstanding Ada Community Contributions for his development of FSU Pthreads and his other contributions to the Ada community.
FSU Pthreads is currently maintained by Frank Mueller, one of the original authors.
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