On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 3:55 AM, Christophe Rhodes <csr21@cantab.net> wrote:
Faré <fahree@gmail.com> writes:

> Please update SBCL to use ASDF 2.29.

OK, done.  Having done this, I would like to freeze development (not
that this has been a very active period in any case) and to strongly
encourage users, particularly users of sbcl and asdf together, to test
the current state for any regressions compared with the previous version
of asdf bundled with sbcl -- as Faré points out, there has been a
substantial rewrite since then.

If all goes well, I will release sbcl 1.1.5 early next week; if I hear
reports of substantial incompatibilities from the new ASDF, I will most
likely revert the inclusion for the release and aim to include it at the
start of the next release cycle.

Sorry I didn't get around to testing this before, but as of 1.1.5 sb-concurrency is failing to build on Windows (both x86 and x86-64). The link below contains the build output from the x86 build. I don't have much time to investigate this myself right now, but if anyone wants to try debugging remotely I'll do what I can to help.

https://elliottslaughter.com/files/build_sbcl_1.1.5-x86-windows.txt

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