In addition to phpspy, a tool I forgot to mention was Phan. (https://github..com/phan/phan)
`phan --redundant-condition-detection` will enable many of Phan's checks, including code that looks like a function or method calling itself unconditionally, or with the same args.
I got the idea for adding a check for PhanInfiniteRecursion (and PhanPossiblyInfiniteRecursionSameParams) after investigating a similar segfault over a year ago ago
(and considering most of those solutions),
to detect that type of bug before it ran.
https://github.com/phan/phan/blob/master/internal/Issue-Types-Caught-by-Phan.md#phaninfiniterecursion has an example of what it detects
January 30, 2020 12:firstname.lastname@example.org (Benjamin Morel)
> Infinite recursion leading to a segfault is **a known bug with no plans to
> be fixed that I know of,** which I've encountered many times.
That's unfortunate; as I said in the bug report, it's so easy to trigger
and so easy to miss when reviewing the code! And the process crashing
instead of reporting an error is really a pity.
An explicit error message would be nice, but as I understand this would
require setting a hard limit on the call stack depth, which may bring other
On Thu, 30 Jan 2020 at 03:59, tyson andre <email@example.com> wrote: