Joined: July 2004
||Posted: May 30 2007,20:06
Those are the exact words I had planned to begin my reply =o)
My guess is many extensions are simply tgz'ed directories. I can't imagine any other reason for such a huge number.
I wonder, without actually looking at the declobberer, if it is possible to break extensions by using the script? I'm sure there are at least one or two applications that need specific empty directories at runtime (poor coding, I assume?). Would declobbering those extensions kill them? If not, a batch declobber probably wouldn't be a difficult task. If so, I don't know what else to say except good luck =o(
If any of those 123 were my fault, I'll be not unhappy to fix them up. Otherwise I can honestly say I don't care how you approach the problem, considering the only extensions I use that I didn't build myself were made by people I know did them properly (robert, kent, cbagger, clacker...)