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0001321OCamlOCaml generalpublic2002-08-13 10:562002-08-19 10:54
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Summary0001321: Ocamopt Stack Overflow 3.05 (distrib)
DescriptionFull_Name: Nicolas Cannasse
Version: 3.05
OS: Windows 2000
Submission from: abordeaux-201-1-2-58.abo.wanadoo.fr (80.13.116.58)


When compiling a large file, I bumped into a OCamlopt Stack Overflow.
This behavior can be reproducted by compiling in 'opt' mode the last release of
OCam'OLE ( at http://tech.motion-twin.com [^] ). The SO occurs when compiling the
excel.ml file generated by Olegen.exe.
Ocamlc is working well on the same source file.
Same behavior with Ocamlopt 3.04

Regards,
NC

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(0002551)
administrator (administrator)
2002-08-19 10:54

Resource exhaustion is not a bug.
(0002552)
administrator (administrator)
2002-08-19 10:57

> When compiling a large file, I bumped into a OCamlopt Stack
> Overflow. This behavior can be reproducted by compiling in 'opt'
> mode the last release of OCam'OLE ( at http://tech.motion-twin.com [^]
> ). The SO occurs when compiling the excel.ml file generated by
> Olegen.exe. Ocamlc is working well on the same source file. Same
> behavior with Ocamlopt 3.04

ocamlopt fait des choses compliquées, et sur des entrées de grande
taille, a besoin de ressources mémoire. Rien d'anormal ici.
Tu peux essayer d'augmenter la taille maximale de pile via la variable
OCAMLRUNPARAM.

- Xavier Leroy


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