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changes in sbcl-1.1.11 relative to sbcl-1.1.10: * enhancement: support building the manual under texinfo version 5. (lp#1189146) * enhancement: Windows builds no longer display the "Kitten of Death" message. A warning is instead appended to the regular banner, and may be muted with --noinform. (lp#728247) * enhancement: support building under new linker handling of syscalls under NetBSD. (thanks to Robert Swindells) * bug fix: undefined function errors are now properly reported on PPC and MIPS. (regression since 1.1.9) * bug fix: (funcall (function X junk)) didn't causes an error when X had a compiler macro. (thanks to Douglas Katzman). * bug fix: signal a warning when defining a setf-function when a setf-expander is already present. (thanks to Douglas Katzman). * bug fix: improved threading on PPC. * bug fix: ROOM works again on Windows. (lp#1206456) * bug fix: Streams were flushed even when there was one byte still left in the buffer. (lp#910213) * bug fix: OPEN handles correctly when :if-exists and :if-does-not-exist are either NIL or :ERROR. (reported by Jan Moringen)
Source: README, updated 2013-08-28

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