As a photographer, I always shoot in RAW files. But unfortunately, my Canon G11 cannot be set for only RAW files. If I want a RAW file, it will be a RAW+jpg. So, I always have to get ride of the jpgs once unloaded on my computer. In the easiest scenario, I could just delete all the jpgs files once exported.
But the G11 is the family camera. My wife sometimes shoot in the green square mode. When set to the green square, there is no RAW file, only jpg. So if I unload the pictures, I cannot just delete the jpgs as I will delete those pictures which exists only as jpgs.
I could check every file and delete it by hand, but we use computers, they should do the job. Actually, the job can be done by a 10 lines shell script.