Update on abcl-1.9.0 release

Eric Timmons etimmons at mit.edu
Sun May 15 16:07:06 UTC 2022

If ASDF actually advances its deprecation levels in 3.4 (things that are 
currently style warnings become full warnings), then this bug will cause 
issues whenever 3.4 comes out: https://abcl.org/trac/ticket/487

Probably not critical to address for 1.9.0, but it is also a spec 
compliance issue.


On 5/9/22 09:35, Robert Goldman wrote:
> I haven't had time for more than running the script and seeing what it prints, but it looks like the current ASDF test suite all passes on ABCL 1.9.0rc1.
> I will check and see if there are disabled tests I should try.  Our treatment of expected failures is not great.
> On 9 May 2022, at 2:29, Mark Evenson wrote:
>> As of today, Monday, May 8, abcl-1.9.0 has not been released.  The rc-1 version of the [release artifacts][1.9.0] has been made public but without PGP signatures.  There are a number of smallish looking bugs with the 2022-04-01 Quicklisp that I will try to quickly address today, intending to finish the release process soonish.
>> [1.9.0]:  https://abcl.org/releases/1.9.0
>> If you have additional patches or bug reports please get them in soon.
>> -- 
>> "A screaming comes across the sky.  It has happened before but there is nothing
>> to compare to it now."

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