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Commits on Oct 25, 2009
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Commits on Oct 8, 2009
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Commits on Oct 7, 2009
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    1.0.31.31: SATISFIES cannot refer to local functions

    nikodemus committed
     * Fix misoptimization: use SB-C::GLOBAL-FUNCTION instead of
       CL:FUNCTION. (Reported by Stanislaw Halik)
    
     * Also fix a typo in the COMPARE-AND-SWAP docstring. (Thanks to Larry
       Valkama.)
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    1.0.31.30: fix IF docstring

    nikodemus committed
      https://bugs.launchpad.net/sbcl/+bug/439264
    
      ...good thing no-one trusts a docstring, eh. A bug report to the
      effect "IF is broken, executes THEN when condition true" would have
      been mortifying...
Commits on Oct 4, 2009
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    1.0.31.29: Fix x86-64/FreeBSD/thread build

    jsnell committed
             * Remove a forwards incompatible FreeBSD 5 kludge (patch by Hiroyuki
               Komatsu)
Commits on Oct 3, 2009
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    1.0.31.27: RUN-PROGRAM process group change

    jsnell committed
            * Have RUN-PROGRAM with :INPUT T only run the subprocess in a
              new process group if it doesn't need to share stdin with the
              sbcl process. (patch by Leslie Polzer)
Commits on Sep 29, 2009
  1. 1.0.31.26: improved DATA-VECTOR-{REF,SET} on x86-64

    Nathan Froyd committed
    Use the low registers directly rather than going through RAX.
  2. 1.0.31.25: fix thinko in ECHO-N-BIN

    Nathan Froyd committed
    I happened to look at some STYLE-WARNINGs in octets.lisp and found this
    gem.  Sometimes it's nice having a chatty compiler...
  3. 1.0.31.24: add BSWAP instruction for x86

    Nathan Froyd committed
    Kinda weird, lifting code for x86 from x86-64...
  4. 1.0.31.23: OAOOize external-format support

    Nathan Froyd committed
    fd-streams and octets support independently kept records of
    external-format->function maps, suitable for the purposes of each.  This
    revision stores all the relevant information for an external format in a
    single place--a new EXTERNAL-FORMAT structure--and has both clients
    reference things in that single place.
    
    Doing so offers opportunities for other cleanups and speedups.
    fd-streams external-format storage was an alist of lists, which was bad
    for client code, since everything referred to fields with NTH or
    SECOND/FOURTH/FIFTH.  A proper DEFSTRUCT helps here and should be
    slightly more space-efficient, as we're replacing a list with
    (effectively) a vector.  Also, since clients had to scan through an
    alist to find an external-format, this design was hurting performance in
    streams code, most notably OPEN.  Replacing the alist with a hash table
    (which the octets code was already using) should make things a lot
    snappier.
Commits on Sep 27, 2009
  1. 1.0.31.22: improved SAP-{REF,SET}-* for x86-64

    Nathan Froyd committed
    - Don't go through RAX in reffers; zero- or sign-extend the memory
      referenced into the result register directly.  Specialized array
      references already do this.
    
    - Don't go through RAX in setters; use the appropriately-sized low part
      of the value register directly.
Commits on Sep 26, 2009
  1. 1.0.31.21: OAOOize SAP-REF-64 and friends

    Nathan Froyd committed
    Move SAP-REF-64-related transforms to saptran.lisp, since there's no reason
    current and future 32-bit platforms should have to define these
    individually.
  2. 1.0.31.20: smaller code for failing ECASE/ETYPECASE

    Nathan Froyd committed
    (ERROR 'CASE-FAILURE ...) generates a lot of code.  Commonize the code in
    a CASE-FAILURE function and have the macros call that function instead.
    This change results in fewer entries in the constant vector and smaller
    code since fewer arguments have to be loaded.  This makes the error case
    slightly slower, but that's not a problem.
    
    Shrinks core size by ~160K on x86-64.
Commits on Sep 22, 2009
  1. 1.0.31.19: build x86-64 on OS X when available by default

    Brian Mastenbrook committed
     * For consistency with other platforms, build x86-64 by default on OS
       X when the OS and hardware support it.
     * ... also clean up some stragglers needing .cvsignore entries
Commits on Sep 21, 2009
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    1.0.31.18: better SXHASH on pathnames

    nikodemus committed
     Patch by Walter C. Pelissero, based on CMUCL code.
    
     Also fix stale LOGICAL-PATHNAME test, left out from 1.0.31.17.
Commits on Sep 18, 2009
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    1.0.31.17: LOGICAL-PATHNAME signals a TYPE-ERROR

    nikodemus committed
     * LOGICAL-PATHNAME is specified to signal a TYPE-ERROR if pathspec is
       incorrect.
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    1.0.31.16: fix DELETE-FILE on logical pathnames

    nikodemus committed
     (This is really the commit message for 1.0.31.15 -- which
     accidentally got the message from 1.0.31.14 again. Sorry.)
    
     Not real content in this commit.
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    1.0.31.14: removing :DEFAULT-INITARGS via DEFCLASS

    nikodemus committed
     * If a DEFCLASS is executed without :DEFAULT-INITARGS,
       pass :DIRECT-DEFAULT-INITARGS NIL to ENSURE-CLASS.
    
       AMOP specifies defaulting direct default initargs for
       reinitialization using existing CLASS-DIRECT-DEFAULT-INITARGS, but
       there is no requirement for DEFCLASS to preserve them, and doing
       that seems quite undesirable -- though I cannot find a requirement
       from CLHS for removing them either.
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    1.0.31.14: removing :DEFAULT-INITARGS via DEFCLASS

    nikodemus committed
     * If a DEFCLASS is executed without :DEFAULT-INITARGS,
       pass :DIRECT-DEFAULT-INITARGS NIL to ENSURE-CLASS.
    
       AMOP specifies defaulting direct default initargs for
       reinitialization using existing CLASS-DIRECT-DEFAULT-INITARGS, but
       there is no requirement for DEFCLASS to preserve them, and doing
       that seems quite undesirable -- though I cannot find a requirement
       from CLHS for removing them either.
Commits on Sep 17, 2009
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    1.0.31.13: working XREF for inlined lambda with hairy lambda-lists

    nikodemus committed
     Reported by Peter Seibel.
    
     * When a function with a hairy lambda-list is converted, the
       functional we get back is an OPTIONAL-DISPATCH, which the XREF code
       never sees: we need to mark the entry-points as resulting from the
       inlining to have things work.
    
     * While at it, address a FIXME by annotating the CLAMBDAs with the
       original GLOBAL-VAR, so that we don't need to make guesses based on
       names.
Commits on Sep 16, 2009
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    1.0.31.12: use global lexicals for world-lock and finalizers

    nikodemus committed
     *WORLD-LOCK* -> **WORLD-LOCK**.
    
     *FINALIZER-STORE* -> **FINALIZER-STORE**.
     *FINALIZER-STORE-LOCK* -> **FINALIZER-STORE-LOCK**.
    
     ...eating your own dogfood is good for you.
Commits on Sep 15, 2009
  1. @nikodemus

    1.0.31.11: better handling of vector types in LOOP

    nikodemus committed
     This is really 1.0.26.12 in a fixed form.
    
     * LOOP-DECLARE-VAR calls LOOP-TYPED-INIT iff there is no explicit
       initialization form, and when it does call it, the type is
       constructed from the result using TYPE-OF.
    
     * LOOP-TYPED-INIT knows how to construct zero-length vectors for all
       reasonable vector types (ones expressible with an ARRAY-TYPE.)
    
     * LOOP-MAKE-VAR informs LOOP-DECLARE-VAR about user-provided
       initialization.
  2. @nikodemus

    1.0.31.10: run-sbcl.sh to support --core

    nikodemus committed
     Thanks to Attila Lendvai.
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    1.0.31.9: some PCL micro-optimizations

    nikodemus committed
     * Make *BOOT-STATE* a global variable and rename it **BOOT-STATE**.
    
     * Make various *S?-FOO-INDEX* variables constants, and rename them
       +S?-FOO-INDEX+.
    
     * Special love for SAFE-METHOD-FOO functions: store standard method
       class list in a global variable, use EQ for membership testing, and
       use STD-INSTANCE-SLOTS instead of GET-SLOTS (if the method has one
       of the standard classes, we know it is a standard instance.)
    
     Low-lying Nutrient Poor Fruit 'R Us.
Commits on Sep 14, 2009
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    1.0.31.8: specialized out-of-line CONCATENATE for strings

    nikodemus committed
      https://bugs.launchpad.net/sbcl/+bug/417229
    
      CONCATENATE 'STRING was already decent when SPEED > SPACE thanks to
      open coding by the deftransform.
    
      Deal with low-speed policies by adding %CONCATENATE-TO-STRING and
      %CONCATENATE-TO-BASE-STRING and transforming to them when
      appropriate.
Commits on Sep 13, 2009
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Commits on Sep 12, 2009
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Commits on Sep 11, 2009
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    1.0.31.5: WITH-SLOTS on THE forms

    nikodemus committed
     Thanks to David Tolpin.
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    1.0.31.4: misuse of ABORT-IR1-TRANSFORM

    nikodemus committed
     Should have been GIVE-UP-IR1-TRANSFORM.
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    1.0.31.3: fix saving runtime options from executable cores

    nikodemus committed
      Runtime options used to be clobbered from the executable core even
      if there were none saved there.
    
      Patch by Zach Beane.
    
      Fixes https://bugs.launchpad.net/sbcl/+bug/411925
Commits on Aug 31, 2009
  1. 1.0.31.2: snow leopard (macos 10.6) build fixes

    Cyrus Harmon committed
     * on x86/darwin use -arch i386 flags in sb-grovel C compilation
    
     * comment out failing sb-posix tests
    
     * add -arch i386 flags to Config.x86-darwin CFLAGS and LINKFLAGS
    
     * remove #include <ucontext.h> instances
Commits on Aug 27, 2009
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Commits on Aug 26, 2009
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    1.0.30.54: Fix a cross-compiler leak in specialized %unary-truncate

    csrhodes committed
    Don't use host values of most-fooative fixnum.  (Also expand on the
    comment about using an exclusive test for floats within the fixnum
    range)
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