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For testing purposes I want to create some blocks on my computer, not broadcast them to the network, and then rollback my current block in Parity.

In git you would do it like this:

  1. Edit some files
  2. git commit -am 'First test commit'
  3. Make more edits
  4. git commit -am 'Second test commit'
  5. git reset --hard HEAD~2

That is exactly what I want to accomplish in Parity. For this question I am only concerned about the rollback part.

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You can't rollback blocks, as of yet.

One possible way to do this would be to be to have a script that performs a basic transactions every few seconds, similar to something referred here.

you can than just delete your blocks using something like parity --light db kill and then re-syncing to current state with parity --light.

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