> This patch fixes GNAT.Perfect_Hash_Generators for strings which are
> not 1-based.  It does this by introducing its own storage type which
> fixes the first index as 1.  This is also a minor optimization because
> it avoids the need to store the index.
> Okay for trunk?
> Should I try to construct a new test case for this?  I don't see any
> existing tests for this package.


Sorry for the delay in reviewing your patch. It looks good on the
surface; we're QAing it internally to make sure it does not break
PolyORB (which is the primary consumer of g-pehage). I'll let you know
as soon as I have the results from that run.

In any case it would be good to include a regression test for this


Thomas Quinot, Ph.D. ** qui...@adacore.com ** IT Lead Engineer
               AdaCore -- Paris, France -- New York, USA

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