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ResourceLoader dependencies are not always reliable in debug mode
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ResourceLoader dependencies are not always reliable in debug mode. This generally pops up when a module from the top queue depends on a module from the bottom queue, or with the custom-hacked private embedded modules. Examples from the past include T36542, T49457, T102718.

I think it all comes down to this bit in mediawiki.js, addScript() function:

document.write( mw.html.element( 'script', { 'src': src }, '' ) );
if ( callback ) {
	// Document.write is synchronous, so this is called when it's done.
	// FIXME: That's a lie. doc.write isn't actually synchronous.

Like the FIXME says, document.write isn't actually synchronous, and therefore dependent modules sometimes execute before their dependencies are loaded.

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Solved by T107399. Thanks!