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Warnings thrown when booting MK after merging pull request #60 #61
After the recent changes made when pull request #60 was merged, there are now two warnings thrown during the Microkernel boot process that were not thrown previously. Specifically, the Microkernel Controller is not parsing the gem list that it receives back from the local mirror correctly and it is trying to install two "non-existent gems" with the names
(note; I truncated the output of the
Obviously, this file is not being parsed correctly by the Microkernel Controller (which is not surprising considering that this file was assumed to be a simple list of gems, not a list of gems that includes information like limits on the version numbers that should be installed)...
While the errors thrown are mostly harmless (the gem the user wanted to install during the boot process, the
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Gosh. If only we had some actual tests to verify that the code we run
Yep. Having errors during the install process is definitely a