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What is the Difficulty in Porting Ada from HP-UX Operating System?

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Ada code running on an HP-UX OS is to be ported to either:

     1.  An upgrade to the current HP-UX OS
     2.  Linux
     3.  Solaris
     4.  Windows (not sure what flavor)

I would assume that the least difficult would be option 1 above.  Are there metrics that document how difficult it is to port Ada to the other three operating systems?

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What about this...
http://dmoz.ORG/Computers/Programming/Languages/Ada/

esp Linux and Windows categories...
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