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auto-compile-on-load: handle semi-recursive case
When file A provides B and *then* requires B; and B requires A then Auto-compile attempted to compile A multiple times. This ultimately lead to the compilation failing and the byte code file being removed. Actually loading A and B still succeeded. Now auto-compile-on-load keeps track of the files that are being loaded and if the current file to be loaded is already in that list it does not recompile that file again.
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