In future, you should understand the nature of code in the public domain.
What you see is what you get. No guarantees. Use at your own risk. etc,
etc. I agree that it is a good idea that publicly released code should be
robust and bug free, but I dont expect it. Besides, releasing stuff to the
public can often be a good way to get out the bugs and make it more robust.
In this case the code should probably be labeled as a beta copy.
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