julia> struct FFF; fv::Float64; end#struct julia> Base.show(io::IO, f::FFF) = println(io, "Your FFF type is $f.fv") julia> f= FFF(2.0)
I do not yet know why this is not working, but it will probably be obvious to me soon.
alas, this is not my point. I wonder whether the error should be a little less nasty. maybe the display could terminate printing after a screen full of stack backtraces, the same way that a long vector is stopped?