[info-mcl] RMCL 5.2.1 Official
terje at in-progress.com
Sat Nov 14 19:29:21 CST 2009
On Nov 14, 2009, at 4:06 PM, Pascal Costanza wrote:
> Since MCL is an actively supported implementation again, I have
> resurrected support for Closer to MOP, and also for ContextL. You
> can find this currently in the darcs repositories of the Closer
> Project at http://common-lisp.net/project/closer/ and will be part
> of the next 'major' release.
Great! I am glad to hear that your ContextL extension again is
compatible with MCL. I would like to see if I can use it with the
MCLIDE project <http://mclide.in-progress.com/>, which applies
context-oriented programming techniques but so far in a more ad-hoc
> On 14 Nov 2009, at 00:22, Terje Norderhaug wrote:
>> The new RMCL 5.2.1 distribution is now available for download:
>> The distribution is based on revision a498ea5438. The release fixes a
>> number of the issues reported for the previous RMCL 5.2 version.
>> Changes from the previous release includes:
>> Recompiled pmcl-OSX-kernel since 5.2 release to fix the issue with
>> using floats after calling choose-file-dialog.
>> Stores version code in the resource (shown in the Finder's Get Info
>> New application-version-string method to provide the short version of
>> an application.
>> New *mcl-revision* holds the revision code from the repository
>> List Definitions (on the Tools menu) works for documents no matter
>> their end-of-line encoding.
>> The save-application function accepts a single fixnum as :size
>> Calling directory-pathname-p doesn't fail for pathnames with
>> an :unspecific name or type.
>> -- Terje Norderhaug
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