The source tarball is on the SourceForge file releases page, and
it is tagged in CVS. Enjoy.
from the NEWS file in the distribution:
changes in sbcl-1.0.2 relative to sbcl-1.0.1:
* improvement: experimental support for mach exception handling on
x86/macos. requires building with :MACH-EXCEPTION-HANDLER feature
* improvement: support for GBK external format.
(thanks to Chun Tian (binghe))
* improvement: the debugger now displays variables that have been closed
over, in code compiled with (DEBUG 2) or higher
* improvement: support for executable cores on NetBSD (thanks to
* new feature: added a RESTART-FRAME debugger command
* new feature: new generic function SB-GRAY:STREAM-FILE-POSITION can
be used to provide an implementation for FILE-POSITION on Gray streams
(thanks to Eric Marsden)
* new feature: add syslog, openlog and closelog support to SB-POSIX
(thanks to Richard Kreuter)
* optimization: the function call overhead in code compiled with
a high DEBUG optimization setting is significantly
* bug fix: an error is signaled for attempts to use READ-SEQUENCE
for a (SIGNED-BYTE 8) stream and (UNSIGNED-BYTE 8) vector, or vice versa.
(thanks to Tony Martinez)
* bug fix: the initforms for DEFMETHOD &AUX parameters are only
evaluated once (reported by Kevin Reid)
* bug fix: the :SHOW-PROGRESS keyword parameter to SB-SPROF:WITH-PROFILING
works again (thanks to Kilian Sprotte)
* bug fix: an error is signaled for tagbodies with duplicate tags
(thanks to Stephen Wilson)
* bug fix: NIL can be used as a tagbody tag (thanks to Stephen Wilson)
* bug fix: Win32 port can now handle foreign code unwinding Lisp
stack frames from alien callbacks.
* bug fix: ATANH returned incorrect results on win32 (thanks to Pierre Mai)
* bug fix: SBCL works on Linux/ppc systems with a kernel configured to use
65k pages (thanks to David Woodhouse)
* bug fix: fix SB-POSIX dirent and socket on NetBSD (thanks to Richard Kreuter)
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