Caliburn.Micro.Start Bootstrapper has call to nonexistant method "Start()"


In the startup code generated by installing the Caliburn.Micro.Start package, the constructor in AppBootsrtapper.cs contains a call to a Start() method, which is not defined.

As a result, the project cannot compile.

Users can fix this by removing the call to Start() and replacing it with Initialize() (see below), but first-time users are not likely to know that this is what needs to happen.
  public AppBootstrapper() {
            //Start();          <-  this doesn't work. 
            Initialize();       //this works