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From: William Harold Newman <william.newman@ai...> - 2003-09-21 14:06:18
I'll probably release sbcl-0.8.4 next weekend if nothing too
interesting comes up before then. Until then, as usual, testing and
unbreaking old functionality is much preferred over exploring new
possibilities for breakable functionality.
Incidentally, I saw on IRC (but don't know offhand how to look up
myself) that the cutoff date for the next stable version of Debian is
nearly upon us, and therefore this next release will probably be the
one which ends up there.
William Harold Newman <william.newman@...>
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William Harold Newman wrote:
> Incidentally, I saw on IRC (but don't know offhand how to look up
> myself) that the cutoff date for the next stable version of Debian is
> nearly upon us, and therefore this next release will probably be the
> one which ends up there.
The Debian release manager mentioned Oct 1 as a freeze date for
applications like SBCL, but I suspect that will not happened. The core
tools have not yet been frozen and are past their proposed freeze date.