Using javax.swing.SwingWorker puts all the cloning work on an async thread. This means that when a PatchingFailedException is thrown by FileSystem.Copy, it isn't reported - infact, it looks like SwingWorker just goes ahead and calls 'done()'.
I *think* the solution to this is to introduce a method, reportException() to MultiInstall.java, and call it by a special argument to publish().
[5.1] SwingWorker stops exceptions being reported
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