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    Subjectrmdir of a busy directory
    For as long as I can remember, if you removed a directory which is the
    current working directory of a process (for example, a shell), and then tried
    to do anything with that process that accesses the current working directory
    (for example, type "ls"), you'd get a ENOENT.

    Under 2.2, though, the opendir(".") succeeds and creates the appearance of an
    empty directory. Even stranger, attempts to creat() or mkdir() in the
    nonexistent directory yield EPERM.

    Is this now the expected behavior, or was there an accident in last-minute
    rmdir() changes?

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