Somehow you missed why the last two paragraphs from the previous post about Nature's policies are important
We have not insisted on the deposition of some raw datasets (eg brain imaging data) because we accept that such deposition can undermine the originators' priority in generating research results. This can be a controversial issue, and we remain ready to review such principles, but as stated above, for pragmatic reasons, the communities rather than journals are ultimately the determinants of our policies.Remember Yamal? and Bernie Mac's (well he IS a comedian) constant demands for raw datasets?
As for software, the principle we adopt is that the code need only be supplied when a new program is the kernel of the paper's advance, and otherwise we require the algorithm to be made available.and hows about those "programs" when the algorithms were published?
Yes, Eli is stirring the pot