3 Sep 2004 crhodes   » (Master)

We live in interesting times. SBCL has acquired a new web page layout (with some extra content, too!); Nathan has almost completed the 64-bit work which I dropped after submitting my thesis; Nikodemus, when he returns from studying hard, is likely to give us linkage tables (you can solve everything in Computer Science with an extra layer of indirection) and a single stepper; and I, along with some friendly helpers (and armed with four years of discussions on #lisp IRC), have started the slow process of making SBCL Unicode-aware.

With luck, people will use these exciting new features. It's sometimes hard to tell whether one is programming into a vacuum: I count myself lucky that I can work on SBCL projects for intellectual satisfaction, though I confess that I do prefer it when there is visible positive feedback from actual users...

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