APSE standing for Ada Programming Support Environment was a specification for a programming environment to support software development in the Ada programming language. This represented the second stage of the U.S. military Ada project; once the language was implemented, it was felt necessary to specify and implement a standard set of tools, hence the APSE. CAIS-A, Common APSE Interface Set A, was defined in MIL STD-1838A.
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- Richard E. Fairley (1980). "Ada debugging and testing support environments". Proceedings of the ACM-SIGPLAN symposium on The ADA programming language. ACM. pp. 16&ndash, 25. doi:10.1145/800004.807931. ISBN 0-89791-030-3.
- International Requirements and Design Criteria for the Portable Common Interface Set (1992-05-01)
- DoD Requirements and Design Criteria for the Common APSE Interface Set (CAIS) (July 1987)
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