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269                 * Filter whether the upgrader cleared the destination.
270                 *
271                 * @since 2.8.0
272                 *
273                 * @param bool   $removed            Whether the destination was cleared.
274                 * @param string $local_destination  The local package destination.
275                 * @param string $remote_destination The remote package destination.
276                 * @param array  $hook_extra         Extra arguments passed to hooked filters.
277                 */
278                $removed = apply_filters( 'upgrader_clear_destination', $removed, $local_destination, $remote_destination, $hook_extra );
280                if ( is_wp_error($removed) )
281                     return $removed;
282                else if ( ! $removed )
283                     return new WP_Error('remove_old_failed', $this->strings['remove_old_failed']);
284           } elseif ( $abort_if_destination_exists && $wp_filesystem->exists($remote_destination) ) {
285                //If we're not clearing the destination folder and something exists there already, Bail.
286                //But first check to see if there are actually any files in the folder.
287                $_files = $wp_filesystem->dirlist($remote_destination);