I recently went out to a Mexican izakaya. If you're curious about Japan's take on Mexican food, you might find it interesting: https://www.byuu.page/2019/11/mexican-izakaya-mexican-food-in-japan.html
@stsp @oa Second random thought: write the stack size into the first 4 or 8 bytes of the allocated stack memory pool if you really need it, and then extract it when deleting the thread. It's still a pain if I have to do that for every OpenBSD target though.
What are you even doing with MAP_STACK? Do Intel CPUs even support throwing an exception when the stack pointer is not in a specified range?
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