March 2012 Quicklisp dist update now available

update/warning: The version of Alexandria in this dist release has a serious bug in copy-stream. Once it's fixed I'll be pushing out a quick update of the March dist. If you haven't updated yet, you should wait until a new announcement.

There's a new Quicklisp dist update available. To get it, use (ql:update-dist "quicklisp").

In general, I try to publish dist updates on the first weekend of each month. This update slipped a few days. I hope to make the next update on April 7th or 8th.


New projects: cffi-objects, circular-streams, cl-emacs-if, cl-freetype2, cl-gap-buffer, cl-haml, cl-messagepack, fare-memoization, firephp, inferior-shell, log4cl, marching-cubes, multival-plist, package-renaming, reader-interception, weblocks, zsort.

Updated projects: alexandria, atdoc, caveman, chillax, cl+ssl, cl-azure, cl-cairo2, cl-cli-parser, cl-closure-template, cl-gdata, cl-i18n, cl-inotify, cl-jpeg, cl-kanren-trs, cl-oauth, cl-parser-combinators, cl-portaudio, cl-routes, clack, clfswm, clhs, clonsigna, closer-mop, clpmr, clsql, cobstor, com.informatimago, com.informatimago.rdp, commonqt, contextl, css-selectors, doplus, drakma, exscribe, f2cl, fare-csv, fare-mop, fare-utils, gbbopen, glaw, glop, gtk-cffi, hemlock, hunchentoot, lambda-reader, let-plus, lift, mcclim, mime4cl, mixalot, montezuma, opticl, parse-js, pettomato-indexed-priority-queue, pg, phemlock, postmodern, protobuf, restas, rucksack, rutils, s-xml, sclf, shadchen, slime, smtp4cl, swank-client, trivial-dump-core, trivial-ldap, uri-template, usocket, wuwei, xcvb, xuriella, yason.

Removed projects: cl-llvm.


Weblocks, which had been out for a few months due to Hunchentoot changes, is updated and back in. 

cl-llvm was removed inadvertently - an accident of my build environment that went unnoticed. It will be back in next month. In the meantime, if you need cl-llvm, you can either hold off this upgrade, go back to a previous dist version, or check out cl-llvm in your ~/quicklisp/local-projects/ directory to make it accessible.

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