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Apr 25, 2004

  1. 0.8.10:

    	release, tagged as sbcl_0_8_10
    William Harold Newman authored

Apr 24, 2004

  1. 0.8.9.58:

            New bug.
    Alexey Dejneka authored

Apr 23, 2004

  1. Rudi Schlatte

    0.8.9.57:

    Prettify docstrings:
    
      * Detect and format itemized sections and tabulated descriptions
        (see the documentation for save-lisp-and-die)
    
    ... docstrings.lisp is getting large and unordered; the next tuit will
        likely be spent cleaning up and moving the docstring extractor
        into contrib/
    rudi authored

Apr 22, 2004

  1. Kevin Rosenberg

    0.8.9.56:

    	* doc/catalogs/catalog-debian.xml: Update with new locations
    	for new xml-core package.

Apr 21, 2004

  1. 0.8.9.55:

            * Put credits to Lutz Euler into NEWS.
    Alexey Dejneka authored

Apr 20, 2004

  1. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.54:

    	Log various bugs from Bruno Haible (and also tokeniser
    	threadsafety bug from Robert Marlow)
    csrhodes authored

Apr 19, 2004

  1. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.53:

    	Just textual fixes.
    csrhodes authored
  2. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.52:

    	Fixes fixes fixes
    	... restore build on linux/unithread;
    	... workaround apparent OpenMCL bug in the reader (#1#-related)
    	... fix for (funcall #'cddr ...)
    csrhodes authored
  3. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.51:

    	Ignore appropriate stuff on ppc (Raymond Wiker sbcl-devel 2004-04-18)
    	... also add boilerplate to static-fn.lisp
    csrhodes authored
  4. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.50:

    	Fix the first of Bruno Haible's test failures, more-or-less as
    	per Nikodemus Siivola sbcl-devel 2004-04-16
    	... also fix behaviour of OBSOLETE-INSTANCE-TRAP as hinted by NS
    csrhodes authored
  5. 0.8.9.49:

    	merged Scott Parish's patch for OpenBSD, with a few tweaks...
    	...reduced space sizes to work around ulimit problems (as a
    		quick hack, probably not the ideal long-term solution)
    	...fiddling to work around collisions with NetBSD patch; ah,
    		the joys of working on living, squirmy code
    	...I think s/LISP_FEATURE_LINUX/LISP_FEATURE_SB_THREAD/ on
    		create_thread() is correct; it was motivated by the
    		way that now new_thread_trampoline() is defined only
    		when LISP_FEATURE_SB_THREAD.
    	minor issue encountered while going through xc: clean.sh
    		should blow away src/runtime/genesis/.
    William Harold Newman authored

Apr 16, 2004

  1. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.48:

    	Just documentation
    	... make the compiler messages in the Compiler chapter match
    		reality slightly more;
    	... Slightly Less Capitalization All Over The Place When It's
    		Not Really Necessary (I realise this may be
    		controversial :-)
    	... more index entries, etc;
    	... annotate various bits with FIXMEs
    csrhodes authored

Apr 15, 2004

  1. 0.8.9.47:

            * Merged patch by Lutz Euler for the bug 245a.
    Alexey Dejneka authored
  2. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.46:

    	deKLUDGE the solution for PACK-BEFORE-GC-HOOK
    	... well, not completely.  PACK remains non-reentrant and
    		non-threadsafe, but at least now global data structures
    		don't grow without bounds;
    	... mostly whitespace changes, but clear the PACK structures
    		after every call, not once per GC cycle.  Marginally
    		less efficient, I fear :-(
    	... while we're at it, fix analogously VOP-TN-REFS, and while
    		we're at it, document that a special is a bit of an
    		odd way to implement a (non-reentrant non-threadsafe)
    		closure.
    	... only one BEFORE-GC-HOOK left.
    csrhodes authored
  3. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.45:

    	Slight threadcode cleanup
    	... add boilerplate;
    	... make bodies of WITH-MUTEX and WITH-RECURSIVE-LOCK accept
    		declarations;
    	... implement GET-MUTEX and RELEASE-MUTEX for unithread, but
    		don't actually use them yet because we're still in
    		"no performance penalty for unithread";
    	... make WITH-MUTEX available in the cross-compiler, so that
    		if necessary we can lock sections non-recursively.
    csrhodes authored
  4. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.44:

    	Delete a bunch of UNIX-FOO symbols (and UNIX-FSYNC particularly) as
    	per patch Azimuth sbcl-devel 2004-04-01;
    
    	Also give build-start/build-finished times as suggested by
    	Perry Metzger and Brian Downing sbcl-devel 2004-04-09
    csrhodes authored
  5. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.43:

    	Normalize QSHOW (Perry Metzger sbcl-devel 2004-04-04)
    	... #ifdef, not #if
    csrhodes authored

Apr 14, 2004

  1. Daniel Barlow

    0.8.9.42

    	MORE IGNORANCE - add missing IGNORE declaration in code/target-thread
    
    	Also delete the standalone asdf-install executable, due to it
    	being basically a bit rubbish anyway
    telent authored
  2. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.41:

    	More ANSI-fixes, this time for RATIONALIZE
    	... new implementation due to Bruno Haible;
    	... include explanation and helpful references;
    	... fixes RATIONALIZE.1 and RATIONALIZE.3
    csrhodes authored
  3. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.40:

    	Yay!  Finally, a patch inspired by PFD's ansi-tests
    	... make ECHO-STREAMs understand READ-SEQUENCE;
    	... add more tests than are in ansi-tests, because the interaction
    		with UNREAD-CHAR is potentially tricky.
    csrhodes authored
  4. Rudi Schlatte

    0.8.9.39:

    Documentation changes:
    
    * Document run-program
    
    * Create docstrings from contrib modules (see MODULES in Makefile)
    
      ... include some docstrings in sb-rotate-byte and sb-md5
          documentation to test it.
    
      ... unloadable contrib modules break docstring generation for now ...
    
    * Frob docstrings slightly: convert SYMBOL-LOOKALIKES to
      @code{symbol-lookalikes}, or @var{symbol-lookalikes} if they're part
      of the arglist.
    
      ... written in a slightly roundabout (line-based) way that will be
          useful for detecting common itemization / table formatting
          idioms in sbcl's docstrings.
    
      ... Bug fix: don't downcase docstrings.
    rudi authored

Apr 13, 2004

  1. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.38:

    	Ignore some SPARC variables
    csrhodes authored
  2. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.37:

    	NetBSD fixes
    	... remove one __NetBSD__ which got in the way;
    	... include kernel revision detection.
    	... also include less expensive spinlock definitions
    		for x86/unithread builds.
    csrhodes authored
  3. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.36:

    	Commit "ignore during cross-compilation" patch (CSR sbcl-devel
    	2004-04-05)
    	... bad treatment of IGNORE now gets a full WARNING during
    		cross-compilation;
    	... fix all the badness this reveals;
    	... implement SAME-ARG checking in LOGFOO type derivers;
    	... also add one more IGNORABLE in PCL (from Marcus Pearce);
    	... test for bad (signed-byte <N>) bug.
    csrhodes authored

Apr 11, 2004

  1. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.35:

    	Slightly MORE DOCUMENTATION
    	... minimal, unpolished sb-md5 and sb-rotate-byte documentation
    	... whitespace fixup in sbcl.texinfo
    	... add a couple of index terms to sb-aclrepl.texinfo
    
    	(It Would Be Nice to be able to include contrib	docstrings;
    	it ought to be possible, but possibly we need to zap the
    	asdf-install 'binary' and require (ha ha) that REQUIRE should
    	work from within the build tree [with SBCL_HOME set appropriately]
    	on _all_ contribs)
    csrhodes authored
  2. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.34:

    	Commit unmaintainable documentationoid for early-objdef.lisp
    	... add hand-generated binary representation of widetags
    		next to automatically-generating definition;
    	... will fail to be maintained as cut'n'paste moves the
    		lines around...
    	... but that's OK, because I will break the knuckles of anyone
    		who edits it before we get 64bitness;
    	... no, not really.  But maybe it will act as a bit of a
    		visual deterrent.
    csrhodes authored

Apr 09, 2004

  1. Rudi Schlatte

    0.8.9.33:

    * infrastructure for contrib/ documentation in the main manual:
      contrib;**;*.texinfo get automagically included in the chapter
      "Contributed Modules"
    
      ... rename docstrings.sh to make-tempfiles.sh, since it makes more
          than docstrings now
    
      ... test it all by converting sb-aclrepl/README to texinfo format.
    rudi authored
  2. Rudi Schlatte

    0.8.9.32:

    * Documentation changes:
    
        - Document trace and require
    
        - Add variable index
    
        - Remove explicit links from @node lines, since makeinfo figures
          this out anyway and they would make automagic contrib/
          documentation inclusion harder.
    
        - add file TEXINFO-HINTS
    
    * Documentation infractructure changes:
    
        - document functions etc. with package prefix; index without
          package prefix too (makeinfo seems to index the name with prefix
          without being asked, so we just lay back and enjoy it)
    
        - Move list-of-packages-to-extract-docstrings-from to Makefile
    
        - Escape Texinfo special characters in documentation bodies as well.
    rudi authored
  3. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.31:

    	Add Config.x86-netbsd to HEAD (oops)
    csrhodes authored
  4. Daniel Barlow

    0.8.9.30

    	Rename x86 allocate-dynamic-code-object to allocate-code-object
    	for consistency with other ports, as we no longer have any
    	other kind of code object anwyay.
    telent authored

Apr 08, 2004

  1. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.29:

    	Merge netbsd_branch
    csrhodes authored
  2. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.6.netbsd.3:

    	Minor commentary and indentation fixes.
    csrhodes authored
  3. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.6.netbsd.2:

    	Merge Perry Metzger "netbsd patches" sbcl-devel 2004-04-06
    	... don't merge SB_THREAD/spinlock cleanup; the right answer
    		is to define an almost-null get_spinlock() version
    		for non-threaded builds.
    csrhodes authored
  4. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.28:

    	Restore buildability goodness on PPC and SPARC
    	... move n-fixnum-foo-bits and so on from sparc-specific code
    		to early-vm.lisp
    	... while I'm at it, make the n-lowtag-bits calculated rather
    		than #+ / #-
    	... restore the hideous hack in ppc type-vops UGH UGH UGH
    		(my brain is too slow to fix this properly)
    csrhodes authored

Apr 07, 2004

  1. Christophe Rhodes

    0.8.9.27:

    	Make special operators know about their user-visible arglists
    	... change motivated by all-new all-singing all-dancing
    		automagic documentation facility;
    	... add a hacky test for it in sb-introspect
    csrhodes authored
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