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sbcl_1.0.58.0-1_multi.changes ACCEPTED into experimental

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Format: 1.8
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2012 23:45:09 +0200
Source: sbcl
Binary: sbcl sbcl-doc sbcl-source
Architecture: all amd64 powerpc source
Version: 2:
Distribution: experimental
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Common Lisp Team <pkg-common-lisp-devel at lists.alioth.debian.org>
Changed-By: Christoph Egger <christoph at debian.org>
 sbcl       - Common Lisp compiler and development system
 sbcl-doc   - Documentation for Steel Bank Common Lisp
 sbcl-source - Source code files for SBCL
 sbcl (2: experimental; urgency=low
   * changes in sbcl-1.0.58 relative to sbcl-1.0.57:
     * enhancement: implicit generic function warnings now specify the package
       in which the new generic function is being created.
     * enhancement: SB-EXT:ATOMIC-UPDATE makes it easy to perform non-destructive
       updates of CAS-able places (similar to Clojure's swap!).
     * enhancement: run-program no longer decodes and re-encodes environment when
       :environment argument is not provided. (lp#985904)
     * enhancement: errors during compiler-macro expansion no longer cause
       runtime errors, only a compile-time warning, otherwise behaving as if
       the compiler macro had declined to expand.
     * optimization: On x86-64, code alignment of block headers is done with
       multi-byte NOPs now instead of repetitions of the single-byte NOP.
     * optimization: MAP-INTO is substantially faster when the target sequence is
       of unknown type; mapping into lists is no longer O(N^2). (thanks to James
       M. Lawrence)
     * optimization: the compiler no longer heap-conses to check exits in cases
       where the exit function is dynamic extent, or when it can prove the exit
       function cannot escape.
     * optimization: SB-SEQUENCE:DOSEQUENCE is faster on vectors of unknown
       element type, and vectors that aren't SIMPLE-ARRAYs.
     * optimization: CL:SORT and CL:STABLE-SORT are more efficient in execution
       speed (around 1/3 the time in some cases), and a little better in terms of
       comparison calls. (Thanks to Takeru Ohta)
     * bug fix: On SPARC, a limitation on the number of code constants emittable
       by the compiler has been lifted, allowing certain long functions to
       compiled and assembled which had previously been unsupported; fixes
       cl-bench on this ISA (lp#1008996).
     * bug fix: potential for infinite recursion during compilation of CLOS slot
       typechecks when dependency graph had loops. (lp#1001799)
     * bug fix: error forms reported with some program-errors were not escaped
     * bug fix: functions from EVAL are now on more equal footing with functions
       from COMPILE. (lp#1000783, lp#851170, lp#922408)
     * bug fix: ENSURE-GENERIC-METHOD-COMBINATION accepts method combination
       objects as its :METHOD-COMBINATION argument, not just lists designating
       method combinations. (lp#936513)
     * bug fix: run-program no longer unconditionally uses /tmp/ for temporary
       files. (lp#968837).
     * bug fix: restore build on solaris/sparc. (lp#1008506)
     * bug fix: an issue with LDB in the PowerPC backend has been resolved;
       this fixes an issue found with cl-postgres (thanks to Tomas Hlavaty).
     * bug fix: compiler-macro lambda-lists specifying non-keyword symbols
       as keyword arguments no longer accidentally match unevaluated symbols
       against them.
     * bug fix: FORMAT used to loop infinitely in some cases when a COLINC
       parameter was zero, now it signals an error. (lp#905817, fixed since
     * bug fix: run-program with :pty t no longer makes the pty as the process's
       controling terminal.
   * Add back PowerPC Support (Closes: XXX)
   * Add some rules aiding bootstrapping
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