Around three months ago, I found a
bug in Lua (and yes, it's silly to run an 80M script, but then, I tend to do silly things
with programs). I reported the error to the Lua mailing list, and a few
days later it was posted as a known bug
with a one line patch to fix it.
And yes, I just got around to retesting Lua (with a version that
has every patch applied, including the patch for the bug I found) with my
[spc]lucy:/tmp/lua>time lua -i show.lua
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