Juho Snellman writes:
> Pascal Bourguignon <pjb@...> writes:
> > Here's a simple test case with weak pointers that crashes the garbage
> > collector:
> It's not actually crashing the garbage collector. It's running out of
> memory, since your WEAK-LIST-LIST is buggy (if the first weak pointer
> in the list hasn't been broken, it will loop infinitely and cons
> madly; if it has been broken, it'll just loop infinitely).
> Also, please rememeber that the SBCL garbage collector is conservative
> on some platforms. There are no guarantees of finalizers getting run
> or weak pointers getting broken immediately after some memory becomes
> logically garbage.
Thank you very much, and my excuses for the wrong bug report.
I believed it gave it even when I didn't call weak-list-list, I only
added it to the "bug" report when the compiler complained for not
having a definition for it...
(And must say I'm spoiled on clisp which gives me nice
"*** - Lisp stack overflow. RESET" messages, and let me go on
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