Since Node and (as far as I know) RingoJS don't have a way to remap module paths, as AMD does, right now, the only way to globally enable when/debug is to modify when.js's package.json, which pretty much stinks.
There needs to be an easier and less dangerous way.
One option may be for when.js itself to look for a boolean on Node's global, and then require and set its exports to when/debug.
also need a way to run the debug version in browsers/legacy...i've been fighting the regular build that swallows native uncaught exceptions like ReferenceError, etc...
any pointers? thx!
@leeoniya I created a separate issue for this. I'll put together a shim soon to enable debug.
when/debug is likely going to be deprecated soon in favor of the new when/monitor/* stuff that just landed in dev. It'll work in all supported environments (no legacy env support atm). All you have to do is load when/monitor/console as soon as possible after startup. If you have unhandled rejections, it'll report them to the console with long stack traces.
Closing this and calling when/debug deprecated.