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Re: Stack Size?

From: Neil Jerram
Subject: Re: Stack Size?
Date: 08 Aug 2002 22:28:17 +0100
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>>>>> "address@hidden" == address@hidden net (Robert Uhl <<address@hidden>)> 
>>>>> writes:

    address@hidden> I've re-written the function, but it seems to me that it'd 
    address@hidden> make more sense for Guile to simply grow the stack until it 
runs out
    address@hidden> of memory.  Is there a technical reason this doesn't happen?

No idea, I'm afraid.  Perhaps it's considered a good thing for a
language to allow applications to have a grip on their stack usage?

According to the output of `(debug-options 'full)', you can turn off
stack size checking by setting the limit to 0, i.e.:

(debug-set! stack 0)


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