> In very rare cases only, though.


> Admittedly nobody wants corruption, but I don't think most people rely
> on deleting open files (except POSIX, so it's probably only a problem
> when porting GNU stuff to DJGPP).

Inaccurate. RBIL's notes seldom refer to programs that target POSIX.

> practically "nobody" (or not enough) has
> encountered this "bug"

Over-abundant usage of quotation marks.

> frequently enough to care to even whine, much
> less fix it themselves, so far. Obviously I'm in favor of fixing it
> (esp. in lieu of "just using Linux"), but I'm not a kernel dev.

Yeah, right now am uninterested in putting effort into GPLed C code.


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