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Old 05-07-2008, 06:23 AM   #1
horacioemilio
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Increase stack size in eclipse cdt


Hi,

I am starting to use eclipse cdt and compile an old application without
problems. But can not run it, because I need to increase the stack size.
In linux I do it through the operating system through

ulimit -s unlimited

but now I am working on windows with cygwin, and I dont see any similar
thing in windows xp or cygwin.

So it is possible to use some compilation option in cygwin so the
generated executable has bigger stack or another way so i solve my
problem ?

Thanks in advance
 
  


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