FYI, Microsoft Github disabled the xz repository because it became
"controversial" (I.E. there was an exploit in the news).

I'm assuming if toybox ever has a significant bug, microsoft would respond by
deleting the toybox repository. There's a reason that I have on my website, and my script pushes to
that _before_ pushing to microsoft github.

Luckily the xz guys don't seem to trust microsoft github either, because the
upstream of the xz-embedded repo with the public domain code I cloned is:

Which is still available.

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