--- Comment #5 from Michel Fortin <> 2011-06-16 
06:23:20 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #0)
> To avoid this, static object sizes should be limited to a value that 
> guarantees
> hardware memory protection (e.g. 64KB).

I think on OS X the size of that guaranty is significantly smaller, 4 Kb if I
remember well. Is it reasonable to limit structs and objects to 4 Kb on OS X?

Note that it's not only structs and objects. Types such as char[100_000]* also
pose a risk.

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