------- Comment #7 from mckinlay at redhat dot com 2005-11-21 22:02 -------
> Except that under Bryce's GCJ, the function terminates successfully
> even if you throw in System.out.println's into it, thus tainting its
No, when I add a System.out.println("hi"), and compile with a trunk gcj, the
example behaves as expected - "hi" is printed many times until a stack overflow
eventually occurs, resulting in a segfault. Removing the try/finally, the
example runs forever thanks to tail-call optimization.