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      LOAD-LOGICAL-PATHNAME-TRANSLATIONS now implemented (uses sys:host.translation) · e8b1a4b4
      jjgarcia authored
      WILD-PATHNAME-P implemented.
      PROBE-FILE and TRUENAME now complain when passed a pathname with wild components.
      Fixed a bug in GENTEMP.
      Some missing symbols are now defined (*PRINT-MARGIN*, etc), even though not used.
      Destructuring lambda lists now identify NIL or '() as an empty list.
      Fixed INTEGER-LENGTH and LOGCOUNT (they now work with bignums).
      SYMBOL-MACROLET now complains about redefinition of global variables.
      ENSURE-DIRECTORIES-EXIST now outputs the two requird values and produces some informative messages if requested.
      e8b1a4b4
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      The calling conventions have been changed. SI::C-ARGUMENTS-LIMIT and · a9e4edf4
      jjgarcia authored
      LAMBDA-PARAMETERS-LIMIT are both 64. Up to C-ARGUMENTS-LIMIT may be
      passed to a function using C calling conventions. If the function is
      to retrieve more arguments, (for instance through a &rest variable),
      this can be done, but then the arguments have to be pushed on the lisp
      stack. This method allows us to raise the CALL-ARGUMENTS-LIMIT up to
      MOST-POSITIVE-FIXNUM. From a users point of view, there is no visible
      change, excep the fact that a function may receive more arguments.
      
      The function apply() has been replaced with cl_apply_from_stack().
      The former took a pointer to the list of arguments. The latter assumes
      that the last "narg" elements on the lisp stack are the arguments of
      the function.
      a9e4edf4
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      +The compiler produced wrong code for RETURN-FROM forms inside an UNWIND-PROTECT. · 9b4bd625
      jjgarcia authored
      +Deftype BIT-VECTOR would not expand to a vector type.
      +Each compiled file has an entry point whose name is either
       init_CODE() or another name based on the name of the source file.
       The algorithm for computing these names has been slightly changed
       so that the entry points of ECLS's own library do not conflict with
       user defined entry points.
      +A LET/LET* form in which the initializers for a variable have not
       the expected type produce a warning, but the code is accepted. For
       instance (LET (V) (DECLARE (TYPE FIXNUM V)) (SETQ V 1)) now
       compiles.
      +(SETF name), where name is a symbol, is now a valid function name in all
       contexts. It is accepted by DEFUN, FUNCTION, FBOUNDP, FMAKUNBOUND, etc,
       and it can be the on the function position in any form.
      +New specialized arrays for (UNSIGNED-BYTE 8) and (SIGNED-BYTE 8).
      9b4bd625
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