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Re: 'stack overflow' message for Darwin; host hooks


On Thursday, February 6, 2003, at 12:54 PM, Geoffrey Keating wrote:
I'm of two minds here.  On the one hand, honoring the user's limits is
a good thing; on the other hand, we know that the default stack limit
is too low for us on Darwin and it seems to me that we ought not to
make the user worry about that.
It's too low for some highly atypical test cases, but in real programs the limit is not a problem.
Then you'll want to remove the Apple local code that bumps it up automatically, then turn it loose on the community, and see if people like the result. I think I know the answer. I think the answer is, it is just way too low on darwin.


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