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You might consider the solution I use - my installer includes a SQLite database that is used as the model for creating the runtime DB. If the date of the model DB is newer than the localStore DB then overwrite it.
Thanks for the reply, flexstone.
The issue I am having isn't really related to file syncing or versioning as such, but more to do with clearing out the storage directory when the application is uninstalled. For example, if a user downloads 10 extensions for my application, and each extension is approximately 10 MB is size, then 100 MB of data is going to be left on that user's HD when they uninstall the application - and there isn't a damn thing I can do about it.
I don't understand why Adobe didn't implement something in the AIR Runtime to deal with this kind of thing, it is inevitable that developers are going to use the storage directory in this way.