Question about indirectees of BLACKHOLE closures
ben at smart-cactus.org
Mon Mar 26 18:47:08 UTC 2018
Simon Marlow <marlowsd at gmail.com> writes:
> The raise closure is declared to be a THUNK:
> Another example of this is when an asynchronous exception is thrown, and we
> update all the thunks/BLACKHOLEs pointed to by the update frames to point
> to new thunks (actually AP_STACK closures) representing the frozen state of
> evaluation of those thunks. For this, see rts/RaiseAsync.c.
This thread has answered a number of interesting questions. It would be
a shame if these answers vanished into the abyss of the ghc-devs
Omer, do you think you could make sure that the discussion here is
summarized in a Note (or ensure that the relevant notes reference one
another, if they already exist)?
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