|email@example.com on Sat, 16 Sep 2006 20:23:11 +0200|
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That would be too long, it's faster that you compile giac with CXXFLAGS=-g, run gdb on icas and make a breakpoint in pari.cc, line 426. Then for example (gdb) r 'pari("sin",x)' will stop just before flisexpr is called The call comes (f 1) from the _pari function, and you will see at line 556 that I replace PARI_stack_limit by 0
I'm sorry, it's more complex than just running the icas text version, since it does not call pari inside a new thread. You must compile xcas, run it (instead of icas) in gdb, same breakpoint and do r in gdb, then enter pari("sin",x) in a commandline and valid to see the call in a separate thread.