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Author: mirom967
Recipients: detlev
Date: 2016-09-10.15:42:21
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No. The compilation is done with the function "python_optimize" in the ebuild,
which is called after install.py.
So it seems, the compilation errors are not associated with this error.
And your install.py is correct.

I looked around to find any information about 
"Fatal Python error: Cannot recover from stack overflow."
And there are several posts in this year. It seems, that the stack overflow
checking in python is somehow buggy. And they implemented some new way of stack
checking in python 3.5.2, but I don't know how it works.
There is for example this issue:
https://bugs.python.org/issue25222
https://github.com/miguelgrinberg/Flask-SocketIO/issues/230
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