On Fri, 11 Feb 2005 17:35:02 +0900
"martinus" <martin.ankerl / gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi! I am writing an fxruby application, but unfortunately sometimes,
> somewhere there has to be an infinite loop. (CPU 100%, taking more and
> more memory). When I press Ctrl+C I expect to get a stack trace, but
> this does not work with fxruby, I just get the position where the run
> method of the FXApp instance is called. This makes it very difficult to
> find the bug. Any ideas how I could get to a correct stacktrace?
> 
> martinus
> 
> 
You probably already now this and it is not exactly an answer to you question, but one thing that helps a lot when debugging threads is to put

Thread.abort_on_exception = true

at the beginning of your program. 

regards,

Brian Schr?der