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SBCL snapshot versions

I can't speak for anyone else, but I'd sure be interested in this,
though I would need amd64.   (Right now needing the newest SBCL to
test if a problem has been corrected since the 1.0.18 that is in


On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 4:06 AM, Kambiz Darabi <darabi at m-creations.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> as this is my first post, please allow me to introduce myself: I'm a
> long time Debian/Ubuntu user living in Germany who used Lisp in the
> late 1980s and came back to it some time ago.
> Thanks to your hard work, it was very easy for me, to just do apt-get
> install sbcl, slime and a lot of libraries and have a nice development
> environment. Thank you very much!
> Now, I have a Lisp project for a customer and use sbcl and slime with
> emacs-snapshot regularly. To be able to keep up with the development
> of several different libraries which are the dependencies of my
> project, I have to stay at a relatively recent sbcl (and slime)
> development version.
> Therefore, I build sbcl and slime/swank from git/CVS on a regular
> basis. And as we are a team at several locations, where Ubuntu is run
> on all the servers, I create deb packages to distribute the SW to the
> different servers.
> Do you think someone might be interested in such packages (currently
> for i386 only)?
> Do you think a sbcl-snapshot/slime-snapshot combo would be useful to
> others?
> If yes, how often could a new package be released (practically)
> according to the Debian release and QM policies and processes?
> Thank you
> Kambiz Darabi
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