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1-22-2009 @ 3:33PM
I agree - but to a point. I understand that these are really just temporary bugs that will be fixed asap. While they're annoying to a fair few people, it'll be business as usual soon enough. What I don't really agree with though, and I see it time and again in the comments here, is the idea that 'there's a billion lines of code and of course there's gonna be mistakes and unless you've ever written a billion lines of codes then stfu'. Just because something is complex does not mean that you should expect it to fail first time - if so then flying a newly built plane would be a very risky prospect! It does mean, however, that more rigorous testing should be done before the finished product is released. This patch obviously needed ALOT more testing.
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