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sbcl double build


  Does anyone still remember why sbcl is built twice when building the
debian package? sbcl's build system itself does 3 builds to get from
something compile with an arbitrary common lisp to a sbcl binary built
with the same version of sbcl and I'm not sure whether the double-build
in the debian package originates from a time when upstream build system
didn't do that or if there's a reason to keep the current setup.



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