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Documentation error in STRING-OUTPUT-PORT-OUTPUT.
Reported 12/19 by Michel.Schinz@studi.epfl.ch


character-gobbling in (record-reader) caused by 'trim / 'peek
default misunderstanding in delimited readers. Fixed 4/5/96
Reported by Victor Zandy

reap-policy = early can still lose if you loop and fork.
fork now reaps & retries if it loses and the policy is early reap.
This is a kludge until I have sigchld handlers.
Fixed 4/5/96; reported by Michael Becker.

CHAR-SET-CONTAINS? now works for non-ASCII chars.

SKIP-CHAR-SET now exported and documented. 4/5/96

Tod Olson <ta-olson@uchicago.edu> complained about the I/O performance
    of the delimited reader routines (the supposedly fast ones, with
    C support). Reported 11/95, improved 4/96.
    Things generally improved all over by improving the efficiency
    of optional argument handling (but especially I/O, I think).

I changed the meta-arg parser (C, Scheme, and doc) so that newline
    *always* terminates an arg -- empty or non-empty. KISS.

(chdir) was cd'ing to ".", not home. Reported by dmh@tibco.COM (David Hull).

autoreap-policy's optional arg wasn't optional -- the dot was missing.
    Reported by rthappe@mathematik.uni-freiburg.DE (Rolf-Thomas Happe).

alist->env didn't work, because it was passing a list, not a vector,
    to the %INSTALL-ENV procedure. Reported by Mike Sperber 9/19/96.

syntactically illegal LET in rw.scm. Reported by jsc 9/23/96.

a semantically incorrect but benign error in syscalls.1c.
Reported by Lewis Girod 12 Dec 95. Fixed by bdc 26 Sept 96.

"make clean" didn't get the .o's in scsh/machine
Reported by Kevin Esler 2 April 96. Fixed by bdc 26 Sept 96.

support for Solaris 2 on i386 in configure.in
Reported by Lutz Euler on 11 Jul 96. Fixed by bdc 26 Sept 96.

socket-address->unix-address returns function not address
Reported by Sean Doran 29 Jul 96. Fixed by bdc 26 Sept 96.

Solaris users with BIND installed lose MAXHOSTNAMELEN
reported by Lutz Euler 23 Aug 96. Fixed by bdc 26 Sept 96.

on HP-UX use dld dynamic loader for symbol lookup (faster)
reported by Bill Sommerfeld 31 Oct 95. Fixed by bdc 27 Sept 96.

problem with path marshalling with the unix domain protocol
Reported by Sean Doran 29 Jul 96. Fixed by bdc 1 Oct 96.

exportlist.aix generated correctly on aix 4 now
Reported by Michael Becker 2 June 96. Fix by Michael Sperber 2 Oct 96.

service-info using a port number is broken for little endian machines
Reported by Jin S. Choi 3 Oct 1996. Fixed by bdc 3 Oct 96.

read_fdport_substring() didn't reset the port's peek-char to #F when
    consuming it. Reported by JSC 10/16/96, with fix.

*** 0.4.3 Released by bdc 31 Oct 96

problem with solaris 2.5.1 because fileno is not a macro anymore?
Reported by Roebert E. Brown. Fix by bdc 3 Nov 96

distclean should remove emacs ~ backup files not clean
Reported by Roebert E. Brown. Fix by bdc 1 Nov 96

signals-ignored-by-default for nextstep
Reported by Roebert E. Brown. Fix by bdc 1 Mov 96

linux on a pentium pro aka 686 not properly handled by configure
reported by Douglas S. J. De Couto. Fix by bdc 3 Nov 96

problem compiling on sunos 4.1.x
reported by Franklin Chen. Fix by bdc 3 Nov 96

signals-ignored-by-default for nextstep
Reported by Mike Sperber. Fix by bdc 3 Nov 96

*** 0.4.4 Released by bdc 3 Nov 96

Makefile.in didn't contain correct scsh.vm target
Reported by Mike Sperber. Fix by bdc 4 Nov 96

Makefile.in needs to rerun ranlib after installing libscshvm.a
Reported by Robert E. Brown. Fix by bdc 4 Nov 96

signals-ignored-by-default for ultrix
Reported by Jay Nietling. Fix by bdc 4 Nov 96

signals-ignored-by-default for irix
Reported by Richard Kelsey. Fix by bdc 4 Nov 96

Starting up programs with the "-e <entry-point>" command-line
switch and with the (DUMP-SCSH-PROGRAM <file-name> <entry-point>)
are now equivalent in that both pass a list of command-line arguments
that includes the program name. The two start-up methods were not
the same in the previous release. Reported by Dan Hagerty hag@ai.mit.edu
October 1996.

transcendental functions broken (sin, cos, tan, log)
reported by jsc 8 Nov 96. Fix by ,open floatnum

Fixed up initial sizes for allocated filename buffers to be _POSIX_PATH_MAX.

Solaris lacking three netconst.scm definitions
reported by Michel Schinz 15 Nov 96. fix by ???????????

Irix 6.x can't compile sighandler1.c for lack of sigbits?
reported by Stephen Pascoe 18 Nov 96. fix by ??????????

host-info:addresses contains bogus info if the argument to 
host-info is a socket-address.
reported by Michael Sperber 2 Dec 96. fix by bdc

signals1.c missing on most ports
reported by Mike Gunter 10 Dec 96. fix by ??????????

scsh.scm
    stdio->stdports was using fdes->inport to make the current-output-port
    and the current-error-port. The manual also had this bug.

    The manual also used (exit (run ...)) in section 9.1.7, which should
    be (exit (status:exit-val (run ...))).

    Reported by euler@lavielle.COM (Lutz Euler) 2/24/97.
    Fixed by Shivers 2/24/97.

Alan Bawden has reported a lot of bugs 4/97:
    Ignoring SIGPIPE is fine for scsh, but screws up sleazy C programs
    exec'd from scsh. Scsh now runs with SIGPIPE's handler set to a no-op
    C fun.

    user-info C code was returning garbage strings when there was an error,
    crashing the system.

    set-file-group had bugs (uid/gid args were transposed in the syscall)

meta.scm was blowing up on illegal numeric escapes like \3Q in meta-arg lines.
    Was also not recognizing the whole set of C escapes (e.g. \n, \a, \f).
    Jim Blandy reported the bug, with fixes for the second problem, 4/97.