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SubjectRe: Squashfs without ./..
>> Which scripts use that? As stated, these two directory entries exist when you 
>> stat() them, they just do not show up in readdir(), and I bet few programs
>> care for "." and ".." when doing their readdir.
>
>There's probably a number of apps that skip the first two dirents, instead
>of checking for the dot dirs.

Does POSIX or some standard say that . and .. need to be the first two
entries?



Jan Engelhardt
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