Originally Posted by DaRk56
Delete old version (All files ! Includes /plugins/scripting)
No it doesn't. Unless you're actively compiling plugins in the same SourceMod folder that you use for your server (which I find silly, I have 4 different SourceMod directories on the go where I compile and test things) you shouldn't be uploading scripting files to your server anyway. The server itself doesn't read the .SP/.INC files, it reads the compiled .SMX files.
tl;dr: Updating a .INC or .SP file won't fix shit unless you're compiling your own local copy, basically.
If you compile your own copies, then yes, update the .SP and .INC files, obviously. This way when you compile your own copy, you'll know you've got up-to-date .SP/.INC files for SB++.
If not, don't bother updating the .SP/.INC files, only update the compiled plugin. Since you aren't compiling your own copy, you don't need the source code/INC file(s)
Sorry if I've confused anyone, not my intent. I was just a tad confused by people advising to update .INC files to fix compiled plugin issues (because that makes no fuckin' sense)