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Are you sure, that this is needed? I mean, practically, if a bug can be reproduced on each run, then it's matter of few minutes to find it. The real problem is when the bug is sporadic, 10 times it works, and then it does not. Reducing the code in this case is of no help, since you don't know when the bug will reveal itself. This kind of bugs take away most of the time.

Well, YMMV.


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