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From: Christophe Rhodes <csr21 <at> cantab.net>
Subject: sbcl-1.1.3 released
Newsgroups: gmane.lisp.steel-bank.announce
Date: Monday 31st December 2012 22:20:42 UTC (over 4 years ago)
Dear all,

I have just performed the release dance for SBCL 1.1.3.  Do please note
that there has been a report of a regression in the display of
backtraces when an interrupt happens during condition-wait on OS X -- if
this affects you and you can help reproduce or isolate the problem, that
would be most helpful.  Otherwise, the release notes are appended to
this message; we would be interested in feedback, particularly from
Windows users (as the mainline approaches some of the functionality of
Anton Kovalenko's fork).

Happy New Year,

Christophe

changes in sbcl-1.1.3 relative to sbcl-1.1.2:
  * enhancement: warnings about bad locale settings, LANG, LC_CTYPE, etc.
    (lp#727625)
  * enhancement: support for C-c to interrupt the foreground thread
    on Windows.  (Thanks to Anton Kovalenko.)
  * enhancement: STDCALL alien callbacks. (Thanks to Anton Kovalenko.)
  * enhancement: Safepoint builds on POSIX platforms can now optionally be
    built without pseudo-atomic sequences and their run-time overhead.
  * enhancement: Threads created outside of Lisp can enter Lisp through
    alien callbacks and appear as Lisp threads for the duration of that
    function invocation.  On safepoint builds only.
  * enhancement: Miscellaneous improvements to namestrings and underlying
    calls to OS functions for file system access on Windows.  (Thanks to
    Anton Kovalenko.)
  * enhancement: The MSI installer support for Windows now uses Windows
    Installer XML at least version 3.5 and includes various usability
    improvements.  (Thanks to Dmitry Kalyanov and Anton Kovalenko.)
  * enhancement: The sb-bsd-sockets contrib now supports non-blocking-mode
    on Windows.  (Thanks to Anton Kovalenko.)
  * enhancement: The Windows backend now supports the x86-64 platform.
    (Thanks to Anton Kovalenko.)
  * bug fix: fasls are now once again directly executable (on platforms
    supporting shebang lines, with a suitably-installed sbcl).
  * bug fix: make.sh --help no longer runs clean.sh. (lp#937001)
  * bug fix: Fix CAS access to slots of direct instances of structure
classes
    in the presence of subclasses sharing the same conc-name.
  * bug fix: Logical pathname namestrings on Windows have been changed to
    be lower-case, to minimize differences between POSIX and Windows.


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