Accepted: sbcl 1: (source)

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Wed Aug 20 11:01:49 BST 2008

 OK: sbcl_1.0.18.0.orig.tar.gz
 OK: sbcl_1.0.18.0-1.diff.gz
 OK: sbcl_1.0.18.0-1.dsc
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Origin: Debian/unstable
Format: 1.7
Date: Wed,  20 Aug 2008 09:47:27 +0100
Source: sbcl
Binary: sbcl, sbcl-doc, sbcl-source
Architecture: source
Version: 1:
Distribution: intrepid
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Common Lisp Team <pkg-common-lisp-devel at>
Changed-By: Steve Guio <guioking at>
 sbcl       - A Common Lisp compiler and development system
 sbcl (1: unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release. Major changes:
      + minor incompatible change: SB-SPROF:WITH-PROFILING now by default
        profiles only the current thread.
      + minor incompatible change: changes to SYMBOL-VALUE of constants
        defined with DEFCONSTANT now signal an error.
      + enhancement: SB-SPROF now has support for wallclock profiling,
        and is also able to profile specific threads. REPORT output
        has also additional sorting options.
      + enhancement: better pretty-printing of DEFPACKAGE forms.  (Thanks
        to Michael Weber)
      + optimization: structure allocation has been improved
        ** constructors created by non-toplevel DEFSTRUCTs are ~40% faster.
        ** out of line constructors are ~10% faster.
        ** inline constructors are ~15% faster.
        ** inline constructors are capable of dynamic extent allocation
           (generally on x86 and x86-64, in some cases on other platforms
           as well.)
      + optimization: simple uses of HANDLER-CASE and HANDLER-BIND no
        longer cons.
      + optimization: file compiler is now able to coalesce non-circular
        lists, non-base strings, and bit-vectors. Additionally, constants
        are never referenced through SYMBOL-VALUE at runtime.
      + optimization: code defining methods on PRINT-OBJECT (and other
        generic functions in the COMMON-LISP package) now loads faster.
      + bug fix: EAI_NODATA is deprecated since RFC 3493. Stop using it
        in sb-bsd-sockets.
      + bug fix: if COMPILE-FILE aborts due to an unwind, the partial
        fasl is now deleted. (reported by Attila Lendvai)
      + bug fix: READ-LINE always returned NIL for the last line in files.
        (reported by Yoshinori Tahara)
      + bug fix: more accurate disassembly annotations of foreign function
        calls.  (thanks to Andy Hefner)
      + bug fix: trimming non-simple strings and non-string string
        designators when the there is nothing to trim works properly.
        (thanks to James Knight)
      + new feature: SB-POSIX bindings for mlockall, munlockall, and setsid.
        (thanks to Travis Cross)
      + fixed some bugs revealed by Paul Dietz' test suite:
        ** NIL is a valid function name (regression at
        ** FILL on lists was missing its return value (regression at
        ** STRING-TRIM, STRING-LEFT-TRIM, and STRING-RIGHT-TRIM did not respect
           fill pointers properly (regression at
        ** STRING-TRIM, STRING-LEFT-TRIM, and STRING-RIGHT-TRIM did not respect
           displacement indices properly (regression at   
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 d91f80ad7073954fb2f60ec7411d37b2 1281 devel optional sbcl_1.0.18.0-1.dsc
 6b9171ef3491df2b30df9cd3e99c69a9 43927 devel optional sbcl_1.0.18.0-1.diff.gz

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