- I possibly re-invented the wheel here, but wanted to focus on what makes sense for the new config design.
- Also, let's do before or after that, as it further simplifies system list handling.
- Essentially, this patch here doesn't try to paint lipstick on a pig, but starts to revamp the theme extension state from the reversed, lowest point in the system... (ZOMG... my eyes are still bleeding from the code I had to look through)
- config() does not load from or actively use the file system - but: it supports $conf as override.
- Separate config objects for modules and themes, since they're being used in different spots. Store the list of enabled modules / themes only as keys, the values are weights for modules, meaningless for themes. Most information comes from the modules themselves because system_list and system_get_module_info are already cached. So, there's no need to store information readily available anywhere. Store schema_version into the K-V store.
- There is also some overlap with — given that themes are handled almost identically to modules with this patch here, a generic extensions manager becomes a lot more simple + possible.
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