cygwin process internals
Thu Jun 28 06:43:00 GMT 2001
We're trying to execute co-routines using cygwin (version 1.3.2), and
run into a stack violation problem. The questions we're asking are
1) who performs stack overflow checking ? is it cygwin, or
indirectly by windows ?
2) where is the upper limit of the stack stored ? can it be
modified ? who sets it up ?
3) is this done differently for windows 98 and windows NT ?
4) where can we find documentation about the execution of a win32
process (i.e. what happens when a function gets called; what goes on
with the stack frame ?)
Any help or pointers to information is appreciated !
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