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File Date Author Commit
 cmucl 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 FOR-CMUCL-DEVELOPERS 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 README 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 beyond-ansi.sgml 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 compiler.sgml 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 efficiency.sgml 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 ffi.sgml 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 intro.sgml 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 make-doc.sh 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 sbcl-html.dsl 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 sbcl.1 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision
 user-manual.sgml 2000-09-18 William Harold Newman William Harold Newman [a530bb] Initial revision

Read Me

SBCL is -- ahem! -- not particularly well documented at this point.
What can I say? Help with documentation might not be refused.:-)

The old CMUCL documentation, in the cmucl/ subdirectory, is still
somewhat useful. The old user's manual is very useful. Most of the
CMUCL extensions to Common Lisp have gone away, but the general
information about how to use the Python compiler is still very
relevant.