It is in SourceForge CVS and "File Releases" now; enjoy.
From the NEWS file in the distribution:
changes in sbcl-0.9.3 relative to sbcl-0.9.2:
* New feature: Experimental support for bivalent streams: streams
opened with :element-type :default now allow character and binary
(unsigned-byte 8) I/O
* Support for the koi8-r external format. (thanks to Ivan Boldyrev)
* Bug fix: OPEN no longer fails when *PRINT-READABLY* is T. (thanks
to Zach Beane)
* bug fix: no more highly sporadic "couldn't check whether ~S is
readable" when reading a stream and an interrupt hits in the middle
of a select system call
* compiler better recognizes complex arrays (reported by Eduardo
* bug fix: out-of-line SB-SYS:FOREIGN-SYMBOL-ADDRESS did not work
for variables on SBCL built with linkage-tables. (reported by Luis
* various error reporting improvements.
* optimizations: LOGNOR on fixnums is improved in the MIPS backend.
(Thanks to Thiemo Seufer)
* bug fix: nested reader invokations work correctly
* bug fix: it is possible to have simultaneous references to foreign
code and foreign data with the same name.
** added x86-64 support
** incompatible change: the threading api now works with thread
objects instead of thread ids
** bug fix: threads are protected from signals and interruption when
starting up or going down
** bug fix: a race where an exiting thread could lose its stack to gc
** bug fix: don't halt on infinite error in threads if possible
** fixed numerous gc deadlocks introduced in the pthread merge
** bug fix: fixed thread safety issues in read and print
** bug fix: debugger doesn't hang on session lock if interrupted at
an inappropriate moment
** bug fix: run-program is now thread safe(r)
** bug fix: inner with-recursive-lock no longer releases the mutex
* fixed a bug in (DECODE-UNIVERSAL-TIME 0) (reported by Paul Dietz)
* fixed some bugs revealed by Paul Dietz' test suite:
** TYPE-ERRORs from signalled by COERCE now have DATUM and
EXPECTED-TYPE slots filled.
** MULTIPLE-VALUE-SETQ always returns the primary value of the
** MAKE-CONDITION accepts classes as type-designators.
** COMPILE may never return NIL.
** ENCODE-UNIVERSAL-TIME now guards against times out of Unix's
range before calling Unix time functions
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