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if a call to :meth:`freeze` was previously made, the timeline will be
unfrozen to the point which :meth:`freeze` was invoked.

.. warning::

    Since unfreezing will reset the timeline back to the point in
    when the :meth:`freeze` was invoked - the effect of previous
    invocations of :meth:`forward` and :meth:`rewind` will
    be lost. This is by design so that freeze/unfreeze can be used as
    a checkpoint mechanism.

src/h/i/hiro-0.1.6/tests/test_context_mgr.py   hiro(Download)
            self.assertAlmostEqual((datetime.now() - datetime(2012,12,12,1,0,0)).seconds, 0)
            # unfreeze timeline
            test_timeline.unfreeze()
            # ensure unfreeze was at the original freeze point
            self.assertAlmostEqual((datetime.now() - datetime(2012,12,12,1,0,0)).seconds, 0)