1. 22 Aug, 2013 1 commit
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      Allow disasembler to work for any value of *print-base*. · 0331b892
      Raymond Toy authored
      With these changes, you can bind *print-base* to 16 and *print-case*
      to :downcase to get correctly printed disassembly in lower case with
      all numerical values in hex.  If you want the radix marker as well,
      bind *print-radix* to T; the disassembly is still correct.
      
      src/compiler/disassem.lisp:
      o When printing out the source code, bind *print-base* to 10 so that
        the code is printed "naturally".
      
      src/compiler/x86/insts.lisp:
      o Use Carl's much cleaned-up print-mem-access
      o Update print-imm-data to use princ for all values, removing the
        special casing for NIL
      o When printing out xmm registers, honor *print-case*.
      
      src/general-info/release-20e.txt:
      o Update
      0331b892
  2. 11 Aug, 2013 2 commits
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  8. 05 Jul, 2013 1 commit
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      Make NOT-MORE-CONTAGIOUS support member and union types. · f36a31aa
      Raymond Toy authored
      This change allow cmucl to fold identity operations as in
      
      (defun foo (x)
        (declare (float x))
        (* x 1))
      
      Previously, cmucl wouldn't change (* x 1) to just x. because the
      declaration of x is represented internally as a union type.
      f36a31aa
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  15. 25 May, 2013 2 commits
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      Remove all the extensions to string-upcase and friends. The extended · 49f041ad
      Raymond Toy authored
      functions now live in the new UNICODE package.
      
       src/code/exports.lisp::
       * Export some unicode functions and constants.
      
       src/code/string.lisp::
       * Removed the extended versions of string-upcase and friends.
       * Export surrogates function.
       * Make sure with-one-string is defined so the unicode package can use
         it.
      
       src/code/unicode.lisp:;
       * New file with extended versions of string-upcase and friends.
      
       src/code/unidata.lisp::
       * Export some unicode functions and constants.
      
       src/compiler/fndb.lisp::
       * Update defknowns for string-upcase and friends.
      
       src/tools/worldbuild.lisp::
       * Build unicode.lisp
      
       src/tools/worldcom.lisp::
       * Load unicode.lisp
      49f041ad
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      Fix typo. · 9d66b258
      Raymond Toy authored
      9d66b258
  16. 24 May, 2013 1 commit
  17. 21 May, 2013 3 commits
  18. 19 May, 2013 2 commits
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      Update. · 59c50055
      Raymond Toy authored
      59c50055
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      Fix ticket:81 and fix ticket:83. · 78cce51d
      Raymond Toy authored
      From ticket 81, the tests are now:
      
      {{{
      (time (prog1 t (time-rev *s*)))
      ; Evaluation took:
      ;   0.49 seconds of real time
      ;   0.481813 seconds of user run time
      ;   0.003624 seconds of system run time
      ;   1,490,776,936 CPU cycles
      ;   [Run times include 0.13 seconds GC run time]
      ;   0 page faults and
      ;   200,073,704 bytes consed.
      
      (time (prog1 t (time-rev *s2*)))
      ; Evaluation took:
      ;   0.97 seconds of real time
      ;   0.965893 seconds of user run time
      ;   0.005139 seconds of system run time
      ;   2,980,415,911 CPU cycles
      ;   [Run times include 0.23 seconds GC run time]
      ;   0 page faults and
      ;   400,005,560 bytes consed.
      }}}
      
      So the new string-reverse* is 20 times faster for strings without
      surrogates and 10 times faster for strings containing only surrogates.
      78cce51d
  19. 17 May, 2013 1 commit
  20. 15 May, 2013 3 commits
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      Wrap exports in eval-when for x86 as was done for sparc and add · 7889e989
      Raymond Toy authored
      CHAR-BYTES to x86-x86 cross-compile script.
      
      Only the change for CHAR-BYTES is needed for cross-compiling from x86
      to x86, but I think the other changes will be needed if you do a
      cross-compile from some other arch to x86.
      7889e989
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      Wrap exports in eval-when for ppc as was done for sparc and add · e5a2fa14
      Raymond Toy authored
      CHAR-BYTES to ppc cross-compile script.
      
      This is untested.
      e5a2fa14
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      Wrap exports in eval-when. · ba06f21f
      Raymond Toy authored
       src/compiler/generic/objdef.lisp::
       src/compiler/generic/utils.lisp:;
       src/compiler/generic/vm-macs.lisp::
       src/compiler/sparc/c-callback.lisp::
       src/compiler/sparc/parms.lisp::
      
        When export lost its compile-time effects and became a normal
        function, the exports in many files no longer took affect while
        compiling the file.  This change makes the compile-time effects
        happen as before in selected files. With this change, the sparc port
        can be cross-compiled from x86 again.
      
       src/tools/cross-scripts/cross-x86-sparc.lisp::
        Need to frob CHAR-BYTES, which is needed by BYTE-BASH-COPY. .
      ba06f21f
  21. 05 May, 2013 3 commits