If I run a reverse operation such as
reverse-continue then interrupt it, I will find myself at some point in the recording earlier than I was previously at, but later than the earliest I might have ended up. So far, so expected.
If I then repeat the command, is UDB guaranteed to stop at the same point it would have if the original command was not interrupted (because of a breakpoint say), or might it skip that instance and stop at some earlier point in the recording?
Put another way, does repeating a reverse command carry on in a human sense, or could some of the search space in the recording be missed? Or do I need to go back to the point where I was before and start the operation all over again?
Best answer by tobyldView original