There's no way to require it. The best you can do is tell the user to do it.
Also, it use require.main.require instead
It would be great if someone made subforums here.
When a plug-in is updated to work with 0.7.x we move that thread to that forum. That way it's easier to see compability for each plug-in / version.
You read my mind, I was actually planning on doing that Will be starting at 0.6x though, and then 0.7 when it's out
Well, except for my work as an IT technician, I have magical powers that can read minds