Support » Plugin: Download Plugins and Themes from Dashboard » Zipped files aren’t within a folder

  • Resolved silvadiego705

    (@silvadiego705)


    I’ve been using your plugin for a long time and it was working very nicely. I assume since the last release the zipped files aren’t inside a folder anymore.

    For example, if I download the Disable Emojis plugin from WordPress.org, then the file format within the zip file is like:

    Archive:  disable-emojis.1.5.3.zip
      Length      Date    Time    Name
    ---------  ---------- -----   ----
            0  2017-05-30 22:55   disable-emojis/
         2646  2016-12-19 11:58   disable-emojis/disable-emojis.php
        15410  2016-12-19 11:58   disable-emojis/license.txt
         1412  2017-05-30 22:55   disable-emojis/readme.txt
    ---------                     -------
        19468                     4 files

    If I download the plugin from a wordpress installation, then the file structure looks as follows:

    Archive:  disable-emojis.zip
      Length      Date    Time    Name
    ---------  ---------- -----   ----
         2646  2016-12-19 11:58   disable-emojis.php
        15410  2016-12-19 11:58   license.txt
         1412  2017-05-30 22:55   readme.txt
    ---------                     -------
        19468                     3 files

    I have the same behavior on two different servers.

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  • Plugin Author Algoritmika Ltd

    (@algoritmika)

    Hi,

    Not sure if it was different in previous plugin versions, but as you pointed this out – I’ve just released new plugin version 1.2.0. Now main plugin/theme directory is included in ZIP, just as you described (i.e. as when downloading from WordPress.org). I’ve also added options to change this behaviour, as well as options to append plugin/theme version number to ZIP filename. Options are in “Settings > Download Plugins and Themes”.

    Please let me know if it works as expected now. And if you like the plugin, please leave us a rating.

    Best regards,
    Tom

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