Re: Reversing errors is trivial?

Subject: Re: Reversing errors is trivial?
From: Pierre Roberge <proberge -at- FAMICTECH -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 24 Dec 1998 11:15:47 -0500

>>>>Making users your priority may very well mean the unlimited
undo is
>>>>not an option.

The programmers did not talk about memory, network or anything
like that.

They said : "It would take alot of programming effort"

I agree that the real world has constraints and those
constraints are valid reasons for making compromises but not doing
something only because it is hard is not a good reason.

If they had said: "we don't have enough time" or any other
reasons, that would have been fine but not a reason like "It's too much
of a pain".

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