More readable assertions


Assertions, in DragonFly, are places in the code where the programmer lists a condition, and tells the system to panic if the condition doesn’t exist.  It’s a good way to guard against weird situations, when something ends up with a strange value.  Do you actually use them while programming?  Then Adam Hoka’s patch to print file name and line number when the assertion hits will be useful to you.

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