|Subject:||Re: Rollback problems|
|Date:||Fri, 25 Jan 2013 15:48:03 +0100|
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Am Freitag, 25. Januar 2013 schrieb Alex Sassmannshausen:
> I guess a generation would only be destroyed at a junction, not when
> moving back and forth in straight lines.
> A ------> B ------> C
> You could travel from C back to A and back to C without having to
> re-install packages...
Yes, that is the idea. However, at a junction, all the past future would be lost: Once at A, if you install B', then you start an alternate future, and B and C would be deleted.
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