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> Hello Al,
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> why `rmdir .` is been deprecated in 2.4.x? I wrote software that depends on
> `rmdir .` to work (it's local software only for myself so I don't care that it
> may not work on unix) and I'm getting flooded by failing cronjobs since I put
> 2.4.0 on such machine. `rmdir .` makes perfect sense, the cwd dentry remains
> pinned by me until I `cd ..`, when it gets finally deleted from disk. I'd like
> if we could resurrect such fine feature (adapting userspace is just a few liner
> but that isn't the point). Comments?

Not exactly valid, since a file could be created in that "pinned" directory
after the rmdir...

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