Mon, 07 Feb 2005 11:50:14 +0000
MORE PTHREADS. sbcl-devel subscribers will already have seen the current state - it appears to work superficially but there are still holes. Most obviously right now, there's some evil recursive bustup in internal-error support, so any attempt to run an undefined function will cause SBCL to come to a short and sticky end.
The previous `4 is not a list' was caused by a literal 4 that should have been an 8 - or probably even an n-word-bytes, and then we found that assembly trampolines must be 8 byte aligned so that their addresses look like fixnums to the GC.