Only warn when an extension starts with a dot, because it's unlikely to
be what the author wanted, but leave the dot there.  This both forces
the author to fix the extension, and allows future use of the dot if

Also, include the proxy plugin name in the warning message.

Follow-up to #1212.
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-- Commit Summary --

  * Do not strip dots from proxy plugin extensions

-- File Changes --

    M src/plugins.c (20)

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