Actually, since (as is typical in this family of software) I'm writing a different kind of data at each step, it's not as difficult as you might think.
Here's a little pseudo-code to illustrate:
That's the way (roughly) that it looks now. In my bad old BASIC days, I'd simply have had a GOTO triggered on the return value of each procedure to send the program back a chunk if the user asked to go back. Since you're given the chance to review any decision you make at the time you make it
, this should allow procedures called to offer up the previously made choice for revision (and if it doesn't, I'll re-write the procedure so that it does) - I just need a clean way to drop back a stage on the appropriate return value.
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