Tres Seaver wrote:
Are you sure that you have applied whatever patch is required to give Python a big enough stack on FreeBSD (Hmm, I foresee a new spam topic, "Enlarge your Python's Stack! Make your Zope beg for mercy!" ;)
Strange crashes reproducible only on *BSD should be checked first against this one:
Yes, I've tried increasing the stack size. I think it is a platform specific problem for threads on FreeBSD/AMD64. Regardless of how large I make the stack, or how low I set the recursionlimit, python 2.3.4 cannot complete test_re.py sucessfully on this platform.
I've tried bringing it up on the FreeBSD lists, but not got much of a response. Python 2.4a3 must do *something* different with threads, as it can complete test_re.py on the same platform. I've tried backporting over thread_pthread.py from 2.4a3, but that doesn't do it. I think there may be extra defines set in the Makefile or configure.
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