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A Partial Multiverse Model of Program State to Fix Bugs in Parallel Universes

Utilizing a Partial Multiverse Model of Code Execution State to Debug Parallel Universes

Brock will present a proof of concept for a timetraveling debugger in Ruby. The practical use is adding a new command to byebug, "prev", which will do the opposite of next/step; it will return to the previous state of your program. It only crashes and/or creates brain-eating zombies occasionally. (small print: may destroy your own universe, use with caution)

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    A former member

    I don't really understand what will actually be presented here, but the title sounds fun and intriguing enough that it's gonna get me to show up... ;]

    June 11, 2014

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