AdaCore has introduced a new version of its GNAT Programming Studio (GPS) software-development environment for the Ada programming language. The new version delivers improved usability and more powerful source navigation. It is available on the latest 64 bit GNU/Linux-based platforms, including those from SGI, HP, and Intel. Improvements include a more user-friendly location view, enhanced tool tips, code completion, and new project editing capabilities. Human interface improvements include better layout of graphical information, and the ability to export using the Scalable Vector Graphics format. GPS offers features such as multi-language support (including Ada, C, and C++) and is available on a wide range of host environments for native and cross-development, including UNIX, Windows, and GNU/Linux. A unified visual interface, identical across all platforms, serves as a control panel to access tools from AdaCore’s GNAT Pro Ada development environment as well as from third parties, easing development and maintenance. As a result, GPS is particularly suited for large, complex systems requiring tool chain integration, ease of use, user customization, and code navigation/analysis. For more information contact AdaCore online at www.adacore.com.