[PC-BSD Testing] Just sharing a thought I had the other day
fabrizio at bibivu.com
Mon Mar 9 11:08:23 PDT 2009
I think that this is a great idea!!
maybe on the "remove" section, each PBI has a button next to it where you
can see the "previously" installed versions and you can remove them
(removing the roll back ability) or go back to it...
the way I would suggest this to happen, and sorry Kris if I am stepping my
boundaries, is to save the PBI, and a roll back would just be an upgrade to
an old version.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Arthur Koziol" <A-Koziol at neiu.edu>
To: "PC-BSD Testing list" <testing at lists.pcbsd.org>
Sent: Monday, March 09, 2009 1:01 PM
Subject: [PC-BSD Testing] Just sharing a thought I had the other day
> Just got finished installing the 7.1 beta and am about to kick the tires
> Anyway, the other night I was at a restaurant and a thought came to
> my head regarding that recent issue someone had with the Firefox
> 3.0.6 update being borked. How hard would it be to add a feature to
> the OS that basically asked you if you wanted to backup / save the
> current app (let's say Firefox 3.0.5) as you're about to update to a
> new version so that in the rare instance the updated app is fubar,
> there's some kind of quick-revert option? I know that going to
> add/remove programs, removing the offending app, and then downloading
> or re-installing the previous version off the CD/DVD is what most
> normal people would do but I thought it might been a neat-o thing to
> be able to do it but in sort of a one-step-undo kind of way. I dunno,
> just thinking out loud.
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