Installer /extract: extracts into current directory if target not exists

Aug 23, 2010
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#1
It's good that the archive contents is in a subdirectory, but there's at least one other file temporarily extracted outside it.
Installer should either create the target directory, or warn about its absence, IMO.
 

rconn

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May 14, 2008
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#2
It's good that the archive contents is in a subdirectory, but there's at least one other file temporarily extracted outside it.
Installer should either create the target directory, or warn about its absence, IMO.
Well, first, the installer (& extractor), is not my app. And second, I definitely do *not* support that kind of installation (nor do I want to encourage it in any way!).