5 | | So for now I'd be more comfortable just doing exactly the converse to what ECL is doing. In this code I use `fedisableexcept(FE_ALL_EXCEPT)` to just disable all floating point exceptions, followed by `feenableexcept(...)` for just the ECL flags, or just the Sage flags (which should be 0, since I'm not aware of anything in Sage or any of its other dependencies that, at least by default, set~~'~~s FPE traps, but we save/restore it anyways just in case). |

| 5 | So for now I'd be more comfortable just doing exactly the converse to what ECL is doing. In this code I use `fedisableexcept(FE_ALL_EXCEPT)` to just disable all floating point exceptions, followed by `feenableexcept(...)` for just the ECL flags, or just the Sage flags (which should be 0, since I'm not aware of anything in Sage or any of its other dependencies that, at least by default, sets FPE traps, but we save/restore it anyways just in case). |