At least in Wikipedia, say we have this sequence of actions:
- UserA edits PageExample
- UserA changes name to UserB
- Someone with rollback permission tries to revert User A (now UserB)'s edition, which is still the last one in PageExample.
Then an error will appear saying
Cannot rollback last edit of PageExample by UserB (talk | contribs); someone else has edited or rolled back the page already.
The last edit to the page was by UserA (talk | contribs).
An example of this is this edition, which I cannot revert (though I can undo it).