GNU CLISP 2.32 release

CLISP 2.32 has is now released. NEWS appended.
Due to the mess on and,
CLISP is available from the SF download page only.

2.32 (2003-12-29)

User visible changes

* WRITE-BYTE-SEQUENCE now accepts :NO-HANG keyword argument.
Thanks to Don Cohen <>.

* Support files larger than 2 GB or 4 GB on platforms with LFS
(Large File Support).

* New module berkeley-db interfaces to
and allows working the Berkeley DB databases.
See <> for details.

* New module pcre interfaces to <> and
makes Perl Compatible Regular Expressions available in CLISP.
See <> for details.

* Module syscalls now exports function POSIX:STAT-VFS.
See <> for details.

* When the system C library provides a wildcard (fnmatch) implementation,
it is used instead of the GNU wildcard distributed with CLISP
when the CLISP wildcard module is built.

* Prompt is now fully customizable by the user.
CUSTOM:*PROMPT* is replaced with 5 variables.
See <> for details.

* Readline is now used properly on Cygwin/X11.

* Command line interface: the initial verbosity level is controlled
by the pair of mutually canceling options -q/-v.
See <> for details.

Posted by Sam Steingold 2003-12-31

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