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Author BTaskaya
Recipients BTaskaya, belopolsky, benjamin.peterson, eric.snow, gregory.p.smith, kj, lukasz.langa, meador.inge, miss-islington, pablogsal, ppperry, terry.reedy
Date 2021-06-05.18:24:13
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> The stack size for a window build is currently set to 2MB, which is usually lesser than *nix 8MB. So I think an easy solution is to increase the stack size for windows builds.

> I'm guessing release builds aren't affected because some of the Py_EnterRecursiveCall helper functions are probably inlined and thus use less of the stack.

> Opinions are greatly appreciated.

I don't think that we should make a global change for this case, AFAIK some of the core parts of the interpreter maintain their own recursion checks with different handling of windows limits. E.g;

We might need to end up with the same motion and do the handling by ourselves. Wdyt @pablogsal @kj?
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