Admittedly that doesn't sound as impressive as One Point Zero, but I
think it's something that's worth discussing given the amount of
progress that's occurred in the past year. Last week I hacked up the
One Point Zero CLiki page (see
http://sbcl-internals.cliki.net/One%20Point%20Zero ), and I'd like to
elicit comments on what's in the list and what's not in the list.
Generally it seems that there needs to be discussion about a few
* The debugger and its API. Can we make a clean API that something like
swank can depend on? Is the user interface worth improving now that we
* What bugs will we be fixing in an eventual 1.0 branch? Can we
restrict bug fixes to those which explicitly do not break fasl
compatibility, and thus sidestep the whole issue? How will those
patches be delivered?
* Documentation: what needs to be documented?
In addition, there's discussion that needs to happen on a few specific
things that were originally planned (so to speak) for 1.0 - is there a
plan for fu-streams?
My goal is to look at callbacks sometime in the next month. I sent mail
to Thomas Burdick asking him for the latest version of callbacks so I
can work on merging it; when he responds, I'll start working on it. (If
he's reading this, he should be ashamed of himself and send it to me
What else do people want to see before we up the version to 0.9?