I’m pleased to announce that version 1.11.5 of Clozure Common Lisp is now available.
This release brings the 1.11 branch up-to-date with current OS releases, and contains numerous bug fixes.
The fasl file version has not changed, so there is no need to recompile all your code.
With this release, CCL no longer relies on the old Subversion repository. Although the old Subversion repository will remain online for the foreseeable future, please be sure to look to GitHub for the most up-to-date versions of CCL.
https://ccl.clozure.com/download.html contains the details of how to download a copy. Alternatively, you may go straight to the GitHub release page for 1.11.5.
Development on Clozure CL has slowed greatly over the past couple of years, but now is the time to revitalize it. This release is an initial step in that direction.
Please use https://github.com/Clozure/ccl/issues to report bugs or enhancement requests.
Clozure Associates has long supported the development of CCL. But CCL is not now, nor has it ever been, Clozure Associates’ proprietary product. The project welcomes and needs contributions from its users. Thus, if you’d be interested in helping with CCL, by writing code, documentation, or by any other means, please let me (firstname.lastname@example.org) know how I can help you do that.
Clozure CL’s default prompt is “? “. You can customize this by setting ccl:*listener-prompt-format* to a format control of your choice.
Note that a format control “string” can be a function. Here’s an example that makes the prompt contain the current package name.
(defun prompt-formatter (stream break-level)
(princ (package-name *package*) stream)
(if (plusp break-level)
(format stream " ~d > " break-level)
(write-string "> " stream)))
To start using this, do
(setq ccl:*listener-prompt-format* #'prompt-formatter)
Clozure CL 1.11 is now available. Please see http://ccl.clozure.com/download.html for instructions on how to get it.
A pre-release version of Clozure CL 1.11 is now available for testing.
Please use Subversion to get a copy. For example, to get the 1.11 pre-release for Linux/x86, you would type (where the $ is the shell prompt)
$ svn co http://svn.clozure.com/publicsvn/openmcl/release/1.11/linuxx86/ccl
To get a version for a different platform, change the linuxx86 to one of darwinx86, freebsdx86, solarisx86, windows, or linuxarm.
They hardly merit a mention, but draft release notes are available for your perusal.
If you find problems, the best way to report them is to use http://trac.clozure.com/ccl/. After you register and sign in, click on “New Ticket” in the top navigator bar. If you don’t want to register, you can send mail to openmcl-devel or to me (email@example.com) privately.
Thank you for any testing that you are willing to do. After a short period of testing and bug fixing, I will build updated binaries and make the 1.11 release official.
Clozure CL 1.10 is now available. See http://ccl.clozure.com/download.html for instructions on how to get it.
Please see this openmcl-devel message if you would be interested in testing a pre-release version of CCL 1.10.
Clozure CL 1.9 is now available.
Please refer to http://ccl.clozure.com/ and the 1.9 release notes for more information.
A release candidate version of Clozure CL 1.9 is now available for testing.
http://clozure.com/pipermail/openmcl-devel/2013-February/014076.html is the announcement that was sent to openmcl-devel.
If you can, please try it out and report any bugs you might find.
Clozure CL 1.8 is now available.
Please refer to http://ccl.clozure.com/ and the 1.8 release notes for more information.
Clozure CL 1.7 is now available.
Please refer to http://ccl.clozure.com/ and the 1.7 release notes for more information.