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Dataflow causes stack overflow #1613

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hkaiser opened this issue Jun 16, 2015 · 0 comments

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commented Jun 16, 2015

Under certain circumstances dataflow can cause stack overflows because of deep recursion.

@hkaiser hkaiser added this to the 0.9.11 milestone Jun 16, 2015

hkaiser added a commit that referenced this issue Jun 16, 2015

Fixed #1613: Dataflow causes stack overflow
- Applying general fix to limit recursion depth while executing continuations
- Adding test triggering stack overflows (without this patch)
- Fly-by changes in future_data avoiding unneeded refcnt incref/decref

hkaiser added a commit that referenced this issue Jun 16, 2015

Fixed #1613: Dataflow causes stack overflow
- Applying general fix to limit recursion depth while executing continuations
- Adding test triggering stack overflows (without this patch)
- Fly-by changes in future_data avoiding unneeded refcnt incref/decref

hkaiser added a commit that referenced this issue Jun 16, 2015

Fixed #1613: Dataflow causes stack overflow
- Applying general fix to limit recursion depth while executing continuations
- Adding test triggering stack overflows (without this patch)
- Fly-by changes in future_data avoiding unneeded refcnt incref/decref

hkaiser added a commit that referenced this issue Jun 16, 2015

Fixed #1613: Dataflow causes stack overflow
- Applying general fix to limit recursion depth while executing continuations
- Adding test triggering stack overflows (without this patch)
- Fly-by changes in future_data avoiding unneeded refcnt incref/decref

@hkaiser hkaiser closed this in dddf8c5 Jun 24, 2015

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