I have talked this with ClientCare (ping Navdeep Pandey), but we decided to wrote public forum post and bit pressure for product management to react to this one. There was also some discussions about this in Measure Slack. Anyway, would be great to get this information to forum too.
If you want to choose self-hosted files in Adobe Launch you need to download scripts in zip file. There are normal and minified versions available. After unzipping you get e.g. minified files: (I modified folder/files, but you get the idea)
3. Before we get things to simplified format, could there be detailed information available what these different files really contain and do you need to update every single one after making updates in Launch? For example, maybe you don't need the last AppMeasurement file at all if you have code in custom code etc?
Now you have to manually upload and do different kind of security tests for 5 different files and this takes too so much time compared to only 1 file (or max 3 files).
I already noticed that these folder and script names are nowadays shorter, because windows had some problems to unzip too long folder structure. Good! I would also hope that unzipping the file would result into 2 different zip files containing minified version in separate file. Now you have to be very careful that you only upload minified version and not the other one.
If this is something that you want, I'd suggest logging an idea for the enhancement, and then lobbying the community members to vote for it. To be completely transparent, we probably wouldn't take it on without a bunch of community support for a couple reasons:
Currently all builds have the same stucture which makes it much simpler to develop against and maintain.
The subfolders are still relevant even if you're self-hosting. The main library file contains internal references to the sub-files within their subfolders, so we'd then have to update the client library (adding size and weight) to be able to reference the different build structures that might be there.