Martin Aspeli, on 2007-07-31:
> Of course, there may be a good reason to have cache.xml not be processed if
> CacheFu isn't installed, but it's still unpredictable. The only way I can
> make it predictable would be if I explicitly declared a dependency on this
> profile and/or I explicitly declared a dependency on the product that
> provided it.
Is there anything wrong with declaring CacheFu a dependency when you
actually depend on it?
And on the other hand: if you have a cache.xml file in e.g. Poi and
someone else uses that product but does not want to use CacheFu, then
without declaring a dependency the cache.xml just does not get
processed, which is exactly what the user wants then.
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