> Nightrider: what you don't seem to get - or should I say don't want - is that the lines you provide as a "fix" are at least redundant, and in worst case wrong: you are copying many times the same files, what is not desirable at all.
Then, you have been repeated a number of times now - by me and by various members of the MOD team, including the MOD team leader, wgEric, that the mod perfectly sticks to the MOD template, and the flaw with the copy command is the result of an easyMOD bug in this very version (0.3.0) in a very special case. You don' want to hear me, that's fine, but I think hearing the MOD team members who are part in the development of easyMOD for most is the least that you can do. Btw, I find a bit funny you are keeping quoting a sample of the Instant deny check list, focusing on something you have modified yourself, ignoring what is around the point you are focusing on, but which is in your quote too
Regarding the previous version of TC: the most complains I've received along the v1.0 versions was the difficulty to make the copy because the never ending list of files, what was true. Except you - and regards of easyMOD blind usage and trust, and perhaps Dogs and things on this very topic though it is more an assumption than a constat ("if I was..."), nobody has complained about the copy command. Magicaly, only saying: "check all the files are correctly uploaded" solves the issue, whatever the install method was, and without more asks about this. Yes, it is a little boring easyMOD doesn't do the copy correctly when not running with copy in place of ftp method, but this is definitivaly not an issue, as people perfectly figures what to do. If I had something to add to the mod install description, this would probably a DYI command targeted on this very easyMOD version, mentioning to recheck the easyMOD results regarding the copy, and I really don't think it worsts it at this time.
So yes, easyMOD has a problem with the copy command, identified, and not that obvious to fix. Does it makes easyMOD a bad product, especialy for a beta version ? No, but the limits of easyMOD are very sensible, and a concious usage has to be made of:
You claimed at many time I was deadly against the tool. You are definitivaly wrong: I'm against a not secured usage of it, eg running it on a live environment, and against its usage for a precise mod (CH) because of the mod size, so a natural incompability of the mod with something else than a vanilia phpBB set of files. Let me tell you why - though it is not the first time I'd write this: first, easyMOD doesn't perform any SQL backup, but allows to modify the database. On a live environment, nothing is more dangerous. As it doesn't focus at all on this issue, what is less than the mod template itself as the disclaimer is not viewable, this is a first no-no for a live run. Then, easyMOD stores a major password when ftp method is choosen into the database, and nothing is more easy through a broken mod to get it back, decode it, and get the full access to the ftp: on a side note, there are some caching mods available today that doesn't ensure the cached files are not reachable from the outside. Then, easyMOD stores is backups (php.txt) into a not enough protected area, allowing the download. This is a major issue with any mod attempting to modify config.php (and there are some), as it gives access to the database. Also, running live easyMOD encourages to install mods without any test stage. This has been, is, and will be the source of breaking boards beyond any repair possibility. Not because a mod is crappy, not because the user does something wrong, but simply because all the mods can't be installed together and works well without immediatly or insidiously corrupting the database, what can only be detected through a test stage. According to all of this, I can hardly see how I could in any manner suggest that easyMOD is ready to run on a live environment. Actually, I can hardly see how anyone could suggest this. You want to take the responsability of suggesting this, what I - as a mod author having to deal with thousand and thousand installations - will certainly not. There is nothing worst than trusting blindly a tool without being concious of its limits, and that is exactly what you are doing.
And the last, but not least: I'm starting to become very angry with your assumptions about relations between Nuttzy and me. You have no idea about our collaboration as it has stood behind the scene, and you are nothing else than insulting on this matter, for me aswell for Nuttzy. This is not something I will tolerate anymore.
Don't get me wrong: I don't try to flame you, I know you have been of a great help with many users in a number of cases, and give a lot of time to support, but you are definitivaly on the wrong way on this. That's mainly why I have been so patient with you, though you've crossed many times the borders. Thanks for your understanding.