[Jeffrey P Shell]
> We had similar problems with Python 2.1.3 (it's a pretty infamous
> Python+FreeBSD problem, AFAICT), and I thought that it was patched in
> the Python core by now as I thought I heard something along those
> lines a while back, but I may have been hearing about the patch being
> applied to the BSD 'ports' collection.
I don't think anything relevant changed in the Python core, apart from
special-casing regexp tests on FreeBSD to have ever-lower expectations.
Googling suggests that the "BSD 'ports' collection" (I have no understanding
of what that means, though) added a Makefile option
which, if specified, causes FreeBSD to give threads the same stack size most
other OSes give by default. It's an interesting meaning for "huge", anyway
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