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jargon, abuse Baroque in the extreme. Used to imply that
a program has become so encrusted with the software equivalent
of gold leaf and curlicues that they have completely swamped
the underlying design. Called after the later and more
extreme forms of Baroque architecture and decoration prevalent
during the mid-1700s in Europe. Alan Perlis said: "Every
program eventually becomes rococo, and then rubble."