@JohnFromGWN Thank you so much
@Reyser The reason it fails to install is not because of what you think, it is after the delete command since it wiped out the entire game folder, OpenIV can't find the files to copy inside mods folder, thus fails the installation. If you however write the code at the very end the fail error won't show up since the deletion occurs at the very end of the installation. But I'm not talking about installation failures here, I'm talking about how a single line of little code can delete your entire game folder with no warning.
About the "delete" command it has nothing dangerous.
How come something deletes your entire game folder along with all the mods you have installed, all the custom changes you made so far, the changes you spent perhaps years not being dangerous? This is seriously an interesting way you approach to this matter.
The users might have to know of course what they are installing but not everyone can posses the knowledge of analyzing an OIV file, plus even if they look, it is easy to miss the code among the bulk of code blocks... I don't know are the moderators are actually downloading and checking all the mods to it's bytes but even so they are humans after all and can miss small details too, that's perfectly normal for anybody.
Sure the level of danger can't be comparable to QuantV, since unlike how Quant wipes the harddrives OpenIV only wipes the game folder instead, but the danger is still a danger, lesser or greater. I'm sure if someone would have lost even one thing, they wouldn't feel great that they didn't lose their pc entirely Even if you have backed up your game to an external harddrive moments ago, it still surely be bothersome to copy paste over 80 GB files Some people can even cry even if they accidentally deleted the wrong photograph themselves, it's human nature to be sad about something we lose