Yep. Time to re think the problem now you have a solution to explore it with. Time to refactor the ugly bits, or the architecture as a whole. Time to ask a colleague/friend/mentor. Time to learn a new technique or language feature or library that could help.
IMO this is the primary reason FOSS is generally better than commercial code (there are always exceptions - bite me!), it's had more time spent on it, although a close second is caring about quality in FOSS.
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