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 <> wrote:
Elliott Slaughter <> 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,
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

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).

                               Jim Wise

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