On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 1:57 PM, Jim Wise <jwise@...> wrote:
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> On May 1, 2011, at 14:35 , Zach Beane wrote:
> > Juho Snellman <jsnell@...> writes:
> >> I'll try to release SBCL 1.0.48 next weekend. Now would be a great time
> to test
> >> for regressions, especially on more exotic platforms.
> > It's not exotic, but I built the quicklisp world with the latest SBCL
> > from git on Linux/AMD64 without any problems.
> Solaris x86 and x86_64 look good to release. I'll also upload Darwin x86
> and x86_64.
> Barring objections I'll upload a Solaris x86 threading build as an
> experimental build. Will do the same for Darwin x86_64, but need to look
> into a blowup I saw in testing today first.
> Any thoughts on best layout in Sourceforge / download page for experimental
> builds? I was thinking a subfolder of the release folder on Sourceforge,
> and a small list below the platform table with an explanatory paragraph on
> the web page.
Would someone please tell me how to upload binaries for Windows? I'm serious
when I say I'd like to provide more up-to-date binaries for Windows. :-)
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