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I have a custom module which is having dependency on contributed module.

How can i make sure that contributed module will be loaded before custom module ?

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You could update the module weight so that it is lower than that of the contrib module meaning it would get loaded first.

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    This is only response that actually answers the asker's question. – tvanc May 20 '16 at 15:23
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In your custom modules .info file add the following line.

dependencies[] = contrib-module-name

For more info refer this.

And add the module_exists condition in your code.

$module = 'required module name';
if(module_exists($module)){
  Your Code;
}

Hope this will help you.

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    This doesn't make sure that a module is loaded after its dependencies; it just make sure a module is not installed/enabled if its dependencies are not enabled too. – kiamlaluno Nov 20 '15 at 6:47
  • Thnx @kiamlaluno. I updated my answer. – Abin Nov 20 '15 at 7:04
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    This still does not answer the question. – tvanc May 20 '16 at 15:22
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If you need to load a specific file or function, you may include the related file using module_load_include.

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