There is an operation in my setup which makes emacs unresponsive with high CPU.
I checked the emacs process with process monitor, but it does not wait for an other process, so I guess it must be something inside emacs.
I don't want to compile my own emacs with debug symbols (why isn't there a precompiled one?). Is there some feature inside emacs which I could start before invoking the operation, which writes into a text file what emacs is doing, so I can check where it gets stuck?
Debugging a frozen Emacs gives answers that work on Unix-like systems, but Windows doesn't have a USR2 signal. Is there a Windows equivalent?