Updated throwable and stacktrace printing patch

Per Bothner per@bothner.com
Thu Aug 15 13:52:00 GMT 2002

I'm somewhat concerned about doing lots of object allocation
and method calls in an exception situation.  What happens if
we've run out memory or stackspace?  Perhaps stackspace isn't
a problem, because by the time we print out the exception
we've already cut back the stack (to an exception handler).
But what if we're out of heap space?
	--Per Bothner
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