[armedbear-devel] abcl-1.1.0 release status

Mark Evenson evenson at panix.com
Mon Nov 26 14:11:25 UTC 2012

Overall, I think we are more-or-less ready to release the long
awaited abcl-1.1.0 with the exception of resolving the outstanding
ANSI regression failures.

I have moved all previously outstanding issues to the abcl-1.1.1
milestone, and I have added as three blocker tickets to the abcl-1.1.0
milestone to decide on what to do.


For each of these issues, I have identified the changeset that
caused the regression via bisecting the source tree.  If the result
of the bisection is correct, all three issues should be relatively
easy to track down, as "not much happened" in the commits.  But
maybe something was screwy in my process (I did it "on the road"
from an iPad ssh client last week in a non-traditional--for me--working

Additionally, we should probably check the Novemeber Quicklisp test
reports to see if anything has been broken.  I seem to see a problem
with Hunchentoot under SLIME regarding the PATHNAME reader, but
this may be something local to me.

I need to finish writing up the CHANGES, and make a quick pass
through the manual, updating the grovelled docstring sections.

Hopefully, we can have a quick consultation on #abcl tonight at
2100 CST to see if these plans make sense.

"A screaming comes across the sky.  It has happened before but there is nothing to compare to it now."

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