William Harold Newman <william.newman@...> writes:
> As far as I am aware there aren't any big problems known at the
> moment which should delay release.
This should not delay release: but as of sbcl-0.8.13.10, I believe
that sbcl binaries are no longer copyable between machines with
different libc versions. I think I identified the problem this
morning: dladdr's address is being hardwired into the core, rather
than via a usual indirection a la ldso_stub__dladdr. It might take a
couple of days for a fix to meander in, though.
I believe this also explains my query about non-encapsulated
breakpoints/tracepoints giving segfaults in a debian-built sbcl but
not in locally-built ones: jumping into weeds when looking up a stack
frame isn't going to help.
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