[ic] Require should mean require
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Thu Jun 25 17:49:45 UTC 2009
Jon Jensen wrote:
> I don't believe I knew before that the "Require" global directive doesn't
> actually raise a fatal error if the required module doesn't exist or fails
> to load. Yet that is the case.
> To me this seems inconsistent, since the "Require" catalog directive is
> fatal for that catalog if there's an error.
> I propose changing this, so that any missing modules will cause
> Interchange to fail to start rather than causing only a warning which
> isn't even seen on unattended restarts such as at reboot.
> This patch changes the behavior strictly for Require module:
> But I would like to discuss making all the Require types die on failure,
> rather than just being warnings. It saves a lot of frustration to have
> Interchange scream loudly when there's a problem instead of finding out
> about it only later when things start to fail mysteriously.
> Please comment if you object to such a change.
"I never really understood the idea of just a warning ...".
If it is necessary, it must be also there.
*"Here is my vote!"*
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