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On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 12:33 AM, Elliott Slaughter
> Since this next release is the debut of official thread support on Windows,
> I'd like to invite the community to participate in wider testing of the
> Windows build. I've put together an installer for a build of SBCL from git,
> which now includes sb-thread by default on Windows. You can download the
> installer from my personal website, below.
Does that mean the Kalyanov / Kovalenko Windows branch is now fully merged?
Congratulations to all involved!
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On 22 October 2012 23:42, Faré <fahree@...> wrote:
> Does that mean the Kalyanov / Kovalenko Windows branch is now fully merged?
> Congratulations to all involved!
In case some missed the other messages on the subject: no. Anton's
Windows fork is still clearly ahead.