> Yeah, but it's a DAG rather than a tree. There are other things that
> complexify it, too. Like the difference between "suppress dependant"
The backtracking is the same for the DAG except you need to remember
'already visited' nodes so that you don't look finding the solution path.
If you already visited a node then its dependancies are either resolved
or you are resolving them now and they are resolved if you can resolve
without rewalking the path.
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