Christophe Rhodes <csr21@...> writes:
> Well, 54 commits probably means that it's worth releasing sbcl this
> month :-) Please consider CVS frozen, meaning regressions and
> documentation fixes should be preferred to exciting new features and
> workarounds. I expect to release next weekend.
If I get the solaris patches I've been working on updated to the current
development sources, any interest in getting them in before this is
tagged? Without them, SBCL doesn't currently build on Solaris, so there
should be no negative impact of including them.
The only thing I'm still fighting with is sb-grovel support for the
struct dirent corner case -- I've got it passing the tests for dirent in
the sb-posix contrib tests, but I'm not sure the solution is robust.
I also have patches to fix install on Solaris (install.sh needs to use
the /usr/xpg4 version of id(1) on solaris, as /usr/bin/id misses some flags it
When do these need to be ready to make it in for this release?