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Randy Casstevens kicked up what appears to be a very old bug in ECJ  
indeed, in the (relatively unused) Lawnmower example.  Frog.java  
wasn't calling its subtree.  That's probably ten years old.

This is a bug in a test application and not in an algorithm, so it's  
much less of a concern experiment-wise.   But I'm letting people know  
just in case they want to re-run anything.

I've patched it on CVS but am posting it here too.




Sean

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