It's in SourceForge CVS and on the SourceForge File Releases page.
from the NEWS file in the distribution:
changes in sbcl-1.0.6 relative to sbcl-1.0.5:
* new contrib: sb-cover, an experimental code coverage tool, is included
as a contrib module.
* optimization: STRING-TO-OCTETS for unibyte encodings and UTF-8 is
* optimization: calls of the form (AREF FOO (+ INDEX <constant>)) now
produce more efficient code on x86-64 if the compiler can determine
that (+ INDEX <constant>) does not require a bounds check and FOO
has an element type at least 8 bits wide.
* enhancement: a new, experimental synchronous timeout facility is
provided. Refer to SB-SYS:WITH-DEADLINE for details.
* enhancement: when a symbol name conflict error arises, the
conflicting symbols are always printed with a package prefix.
(thanks to Kevin Reid)
* enhancement: stepping is now once again supported on the SPARC and
MIPS platforms. (It is also now more likely to work on CheneyGC
builds on the PPC.)
* enhancement: sb-sprof can now also track and report accurate call
* bug fixes: the treatment of non-standard subclasses of
SB-MOP:SPECIALIZER is more correct.
* incompatible change: PURIFY no longer copies the data from the
dynamic space into the static and read-only spaces on platforms
that use the generational garbage collector
* bug fix: GETHASH, (SETF GETHASH), CLRHASH and REMHASH are now
* bug fix: GC race condition occasionally resulting in crashes with
the error message "SIG_STOP_FOR_GC blocked at a bad place" has been
* bug fix: &ENVIRONMENT variables in macro lambda lists can now be
* bug fix: DEFSETF lambda lists without &ENVIRONMENT no longer cause
a STYLE-WARNING to be signalled (regression from 1.0.4.)
* bug fix: an asynchronous interrupt could previously leave the
system running with GC inhibited.
* bug fix: a DECLARE form evaluated at top-level now causes an error
rather than silently (or verbosely) returning NIL.
* bug fix: trying to dissassemble functions compiled at high DEBUG could
result in a error being signalled due to source form lookup errors.
(reported by Peter Graves)
William Harold Newman <william.newman@...>
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