The Windows x86 build is up. As usual, I have a patch for sbcl-page:

diff --git a/platform-support-platforms.lisp b/platform-support-platforms.lisp
index 07a6a81..662d4d6 100644
--- a/platform-support-platforms.lisp
+++ b/platform-support-platforms.lisp
@@ -48,5 +48,5 @@
 (define-port :x86-64 :openbsd :available "1.0.55" :os-version 50)
 (define-port :powerpc :openbsd :available "1.0.55" :os-version 50)

-(define-port :x86 :windows :available "1.0.58" :file-type "msi")
+(define-port :x86 :windows :available "1.1.0" :file-type "msi")
 (define-port :x86-64 :windows :in-progress)

On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 9:13 AM, Jim Wise <> wrote:
I'm building darwin builds of this right now, and will upload them in a bit.

I will be able to build Solaris builds of this soon, but probably not today.


On Sep 23, 2012, at 17:11 , Christophe Rhodes <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I intend to release sbcl 1.1 next weekend, if I can work out how to make
> a version that isn't 1.0.x.  In the meantime, testing what is currently
> in master would be much appreciated -- please let me know what works and
> what doesn't.
> Thanks,
> Christophe
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