It is tagged in CVS and up on the File Releases page at SourceForge.
Enjoy, and merry New Year.
from the NEWS file in the distribution:
changes in sbcl-1.0.1 relative to sbcl-1.0:
* new platform: FreeBSD/x86-64, including support for threading.
* new feature: the compiler stores cross-referencing information
abount function calls (who-calls), macroexpansion (who-macroexpands)
and special variables (who-binds, who-sets, who-references) for code
compiled with (< SPACE 3). This information is available through the
* new feature: users may subclass SEQUENCE, and have instances of
these classes interoperate with standard Common Lisp functions if
a number of methods are defined. (This feature is experimental
and the interface subject to change based on feedback from SBCL
users and the general community)
* improvement: sb-sprof traces call stacks to an arbitrary depth on
x86/x86-64, rather than the previous fixed depth of 8
* improvement: another pthread back-end of mutex "pthread-futex".
* bug fix: non-ascii command-line arguments are processed correctly
(thanks to Yaroslav Kavenchuk)
* bug fix: non-required arguments were not passed correctly when a method
defined using DEFMETHOD was called from a mop-generated method using
CALL-NEXT-METHOD (reported by Pascal Costanza)
* bug fix: recursion is now permitted in accessors through
SLOT-UNBOUND. (reported by Pascal Costanza)
* bug fix: an error was signaled at startup if the HOME environment
variable was defined, but had an empty value (reported by Peter Van Eynde)
* bug fix: non ordinary lambda-list keyword in ordinary lambda lists
signal a PROGRAM-ERROR, not a BUG.
* bug fix: SB-POSIX:READDIR works when built with large file support.
* bug fix: ENOUGH-NAMESTRING works relative to #p"/" as well. (thanks
to Marco Monteiro)
* enhancement: DESTRUCTURING-BIND lambda-list uses &BODY instead of &REST
for better automatic indentation support. (thanks to Matt Pillsbury)
* optimization: loading generic functions no longer takes O(n^2) time,
proportional to the amount of methods in the generic function
(reported by Todd Sabin and Jeremy Brown)
* optimization: the FIND and POSITION family of sequence functions
are significantly faster on arrays whose element types have been
* improvements to the Windows port:
** Intermittent heap corruption problems have been fixed. (thanks
to Alastair Bridgewater)
** TRACE :ENCAPSULATE NIL (and function end breakpoints)
work on Windows.
** Lisp is able to unwind foreign exception frames from alien
callbacks. (thanks to Alastair Bridgewater)
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