Hi Alex,

Yes, by all means, keep the coroutines!

Perhaps add some of this mailing list chain as a caveat about the stack in
the
coroutines documentation: http://picolisp.com/5000/!wiki?coroutines
In particular, the picture of the stack and the warning to allocate enough
stack if
there is any chance of using a lot of stack.

Rand


On Tue, May 21, 2013 at 6:55 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>wrote:
>
>
> Yep. That's the trade-off. As soon as you use a coroutine in PicoLisp,
> you have to be conscious about your stack. For a program that has no
> coroutine active when a lot of stack space is needed, these limitations
> don't apply. As soon as the last coroutine finishes or is stopped, the
> stack becomes unlimited again (at least if you called "ulimit -s
> unlimited").
>
> ...

>
> Then you could call (stack 3) before starting the first coroutine. This
> allocates 12 MB for the main task, and 3 MB for each coroutine.
>
>

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