Windows build is up. As usual the following patch needs to be committed to sbcl-page.

diff --git a/platform-support-platforms.lisp b/platform-support-platforms.lisp
index 29c7c11..06b40ef 100644
--- a/platform-support-platforms.lisp
+++ b/platform-support-platforms.lisp
@@ -48,5 +48,5 @@
 (define-port :x86-64 :openbsd :available "1.0.50" :os-version 49)
 (define-port :powerpc :openbsd :available "1.0.50" :os-version 49)

-(define-port :x86 :windows :in-progress "1.0.52" :file-type "msi")
+(define-port :x86 :windows :in-progress "1.0.53" :file-type "msi")
 (define-port :x86-64 :windows :in-progress)

On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 8:17 AM, Jim Wise <jwise@draga.com> wrote:
Elliott Slaughter <elliottslaughter@gmail.com> writes:

> Git head builds on Windows.

I'll be uploading solaris/x86-64 shortly.  solaris/x86 still has an
issue where a huge amount of garbage builds up during room.test.sh,
eventually failing the test, so I won't be releasing it for 1.0.53 -- I
should be able to look at this in more detail later this week (I use
x86-64).

I'll build and upload Darwin/x86 and Darwin/x86-64 later today or
tomorrow, and will be able to build and upload NetBSD x86-64 as well, if
it passes its tests (just added access to this platform again after a
long hiatus, so haven't been able to test yet, but the newest build we
have up right now is 1.0.22, so would be nice; I'll be reviewing the
patches used in NetBSD's package system as well).

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                               Jim Wise
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Elliott Slaughter

"Don't worry about what anybody else is going to do. The best way to predict the future is to invent it." - Alan Kay