On 4/11/2014 3:39 AM, Rory McGuire wrote:


:) on Ubuntu the default extractor always creates a new directory and if it
finds a single directory inside that new directory after extraction is
moves that directory out of the new directory and deletes the now empty new
directory.


Personally, I'd prefer if it was the single lone directory *inside* the archive that was removed since their names aren't always the same as the archive, which is messy and just leads to pointless confusion. But yea, sounds like they definitely have the right idea.

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