Greetings! The GCL team is happy to announce the release of version 2.6.11, the latest achievement in the 'stable' (as opposed to 'development') series. Please see http://www.gnu.org/software/gcl for downloading information.

This release features better floating point precision processing, support for cygwin, arm64, ppc64, ppc64le and solaris, more robust SGC, exact vararg initialization, SIGFPE trapping via #'si::break-on-floating-point-exceptions, x86 support for libopcode instruction disassembly via #'si::disassemble-instruction, simplified build dependencies, faster gcd, lcm, typep, coerce, 1+-, predicates, pcl cache, SGC, fast-linking, closure calls and compiled bignums, compilation of top level closure forms by default, memoization of array type handling, support for machines handling long and object returns in different registers, a much smaller cmpinclude.h, prelink support, default Debian compiler flag support (especially stack-guard), new linking and fast-linking diagnostic functions, some selinux support via READ_IMPLIES_EXEC personality, and many miscellaneous bug fixes and support for bugs in various external systems.

From the git log: