On Sun, Jun 27, 2010 at 1:12 PM, Christophe Rhodes <csr21@...> wrote:
> Christophe Rhodes <csr21@...> writes:
>> Wow, it's late in the month. Where does all the time go? Anyway, it's
>> time to please concentrate on testing rather than exciting new features;
>> given in particular the exciting upgrade to a modern ASDF, people should
>> please exercise any odd codepaths that their systems might tickle. If
>> all goes well, I anticipate releasing early next week.
> As I understand it, things are not all going well. In particular,
> though some of the wrinkles have been ironed out, I believe that there
> are regressions in run-sbcl.sh. Is that the case? Is anyone planning
> to fix them, or should I simply revert asdf back to the old version?
Apparently, everybody thought someone else was doing it. I just
committed the known minimal fix for run-sbcl.sh, which clears up the
only problems I have run into this freeze. Removing the help message
is, so far as I'm concerned, out of scope for a freeze period.
Are we good now, or are there any other issues?
-- Alastair Bridgewater