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merged revision(s) 37075,37076,37082,37083,37088: [Backport #7123]
* gc.c: Use the non-recursive marking instead of recursion. The recursion marking of CRuby needs checking stack overflow and the fail-safe system, but these systems not good at partial points, for example, marking deep tree structures. [ruby-dev:46184] [Feature #7095] * configure.in (GC_MARK_STACKFRAME_WORD): removed. It's used by checking stack overflow of marking. * win32/Makefile.sub (GC_MARK_STACKFRAME_WORD): ditto. * gc.c (free_stack_chunks): it is used only when per-VM object space is enabled. * gc.c (rb_objspace_call_finalizer): mark self-referencing finalizers before run finalizers, to fix SEGV from btest on 32bit. * gc.c (gc_mark_stacked_objects): extract from gc_marks(). * gc.c (rb_objspace_call_finalizer): call gc_mark_stacked_objects at suitable point. * gc.c (init_heap): call init_mark_stack before to allocate altstack. This change avoid the stack overflow at the signal handler on 32bit, but I don't understand reason... [Feature #7095] git-svn-id: svn+ssh://ci.ruby-lang.org/ruby/branches/ruby_1_9_3@37648 b2dd03c8-39d4-4d8f-98ff-823fe69b080e
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