Release Notes: Multithreading is mostly usable on most platforms, although officially it is still experimental. clisp.m4 has been added for packages that rely on CLISP to detect the desired version. A few bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Just-in-time compilation of bytecodes (using GNU lightning), cross-compilation fixes, and many more features and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds the new modules gdbm and gtk2, as well as many CLX demos. It fixes many bugs.
Release Notes: Stack overflow detection and recovery finally work on Unix (libsigsegv 2.4 is required). Many more minor enhancements were added and bugs fixed.
Release Notes: New features include MOP, weak structures, case-sensitive symbols, and global error handlers. New modules include matlab, rawsock, zlib, i18n, and pari.
Release Notes: This release implemented user-defined method combinations and includes many portability fixes.
Release Notes: LFS support was added. New modules were added for Berkeley-DB and PCRE. Better prompt control was implemented. Many bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This is a major new feature release. Several modules have been added (fastcgi, netica, win32), dirkey and syscalls are now modules, FFI has been significantly enhanced, and ANSI compliance has improved in many areas (especially CLOS).
Release Notes: New features include UCS-4 support, Russian translations of UI messages, better accuracy of some transcendental functions, more system call access, and many more. CLISP does not come with its own readline anymore; it will use the system-wide one. The same goes for libiconv (not needed with glibs 2.2) and libsigsegv.
Release Notes: Support for internationalized Lisp programs via GNU gettext, an implementation of a ANSI CL pretty-printer with all the bells and whistles, new weak hash-tables, and implemented ANSI CL functions MAKE-LOAD-FORM and MAKE-LOAD-FORM-SAVING-SLOTS.