Print out the modules that led to a binding during error reporting, but
only if there's >1 module (otherwise it's just noise). The format is
Some normal messaging about the fact that something terrible happened
at <the normal source> (via modules: A -> B -> C)
So, for example, exposing something that isn't bound would show up as:
1) Could not expose() Foo, it must be explicitly bound.
at FooExposerModule.configure(FooExposerModule.java:211) (via modules: ParentModule -> FooExposerModule)
.. and a duplicate binding would show up as:
A binding to DuplicatedThing was already configured at ModuleA.configure(ModuleA.java:36) (via modules: ParentModule -> FooModule -> ModuleA)
at ModuleA.configure(ModuleA.java:36) (via modules: ParentModule -> BarModule -> ModuleA)
All the tests passed as-is (because this is just new information), so I made a bunch of tests stricter to explicitly look for this new information.
I also cleaned up some other errors regarding scopes & some other stuff.
Created by MOE: http://code.google.com/p/moe-java
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