It is available in SourceForge CVS and on the File Releases pages.
>From the NEWS file in the distribution:
changes in sbcl-1.0.10 relative to sbcl-1.0.9:
* minor incompatible change: the MSI installer on Windows no longer
associates .lisp and .fasl files with the installed SBCL.
* minor incompatible change: :UNIX is no longer present in *FEATURES*
on Windows. (thanks to Luis Oliviera)
* new feature: SB-CLTL2 contrib module now implements
FUNCTION-INFORMATION. (thanks to Larry D'Anna)
* optimization: scavenging weak pointers is now more efficient,
requiring O(1) instead of O(N) per weak pointer to identify
scanvenged vs. unscavenged pointers. (thanks to Paul Khuong)
* optimization: typechecking (SETF SLOT-VALUE) is now ~5x faster in
method bodies using constant slot-names when the first argument is
a specializer parameter for the method.
* optimization: SLOT-VALUE &co are now ~50% faster for variable slot
names, when the class of the instance is a direct instance
STANDARD-CLASS or FUNCALLABLE-STANDARD-CLASS (making them only 3x
as slow as the constant slot-name case.)
* optimization: member type construction is now O(N) instead
* optimization: UNION and NUNION are now O(N+M) for large
inputs as long as the :TEST function is one of EQ, EQL, EQUAL, or
* enhancement: DEFINE-MODIFY-MACRO lambda-list information is
now more readable in environments like Slime which display it.
(thanks to Tobias C. Rittweiler)
* bug fix: SB-EXT:COMPARE-AND-SWAP was non-atomic unless the compiler
was able to infer the correct argument type for the object on which
the CAS operation was being performed.
* bug fix: copy propagation interfered with parallel assignment
semantics in local calls. (reported by Paul Khuong)
* bug fix: the signed modular fixnum shift compiled to wrong code on
x86 and x86-64. (spotted by a slight modification to some of
PFD's random tests)
William Harold Newman <william.newman@...>
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