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svelte "Maximum call stack size exceeded"

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Recursion bug on svelte > 3.6.6 when creating a component using client-side component API. To reproduce: https://svelte.dev/repl/6fbeea34d77f43b9a6d57e1da71668fc?version=3.6.7 This works on 3.5.4.

<details> <summary>Error</summary> bundle.js:18532 Uncaught (in promise) RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded </details>

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I think I ran into this one too. Trying to replace dom-elements (coming from .md in my real app) with svelte-components. I'm pretty sure it worked with 3.5.1 (tried up to) 3.6.3 before updating to 3.6.7.

https://svelte.dev/repl/f3cb47560fcd4decbcabfd42e376607b?version=3.6.3 https://svelte.dev/repl/f3cb47560fcd4decbcabfd42e376607b?version=3.6.7