On Mon, 2004-12-13 at 14:09 -0800, John Wiseman wrote:
> On Dec 13, 2004, at 1:37 PM, Dave Roberts wrote:
> > It may not be. The default is to not include it. Check *features*
> > for :sb-threads. If it isn't there, you don't have it. To get it,
> > download a source tarball or CVS and check out the instructions at
> > the top of file base-target-features.lisp-expr for how to add it to
> > a local features file. Then rebuild.
> OK. I guess I was just confused because the 0.8.16 release/snapshot
> did have :sb-threads. Is there some reason that threading is no
> longer being included, or was it just a fluke that it was in 0.8.16?
I don't know, good question. I always use CVS and rebuild, so I'm not
sure what the standard policy is for binaries.
> > Also, the sbcl web site is sbcl.sourceforge.net. I'm not sure if
> > sbcl.org has ever had anything to do with sbcl itself. I would be a
> > good score, though.
> More confusion on my part. The first couple google results for "sbcl"
> are for http://www.sbcl.org, which looks like a copy of sbcl.sourceforge.net.
> I guess my note should have gone to Kevin Rosenberg, who seems to own
Oops, my bad. Yes, http://www.sbcl.org is the real deal. I always use
sbcl.sourceforge.net. Habit, I guess. Yea, looks like a DNS record
should probably be redirected. sbcl.org is a real address record for
some machine. http://www.sbcl.org is a CNAME (alias) that points to
vhost.sourceforge.net. Looks like Kevin just needs to tweak things a
Dave Roberts <ldave@...>