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>make produces a sigsegv.h which says:
># define HAVE_STACK_OVERFLOW_RECOVERY 1
>Grr. So why does the Ubuntu/Debian libsigsegv package *not*=20
>Peter? Build problem?
I investigated this and file a bug report to the libsigsegv package, =
together with a patch. Since Bruno is too busy, nobody knows when the =
bug report will make it into a new release of libsigsegv.
It's not gcc4's fault. However cc4 managed to turn a recursive =
function into an iteration, even though it was not a tail call!
Thus there would be no recursive stack overflow, and configure guessed =
I wonder whether I should also file a bug report to Ubuntu and Debian =
so that their maintainers (=3D Peter :) take notice and consider =
patching the code independently of a so-called upstream release. =
That's probably a reasonable thing to do in between. Peter?