Lars Schneider <> writes:

> A pragmatic approach:
> I could drop the "STOP" message that the filter writes to the log
> on exit and everything would work as is. We could argue that this 
> is OK because Git doesn't care anyways if the filter process has 
> stopped or not.

That would mean you can leave the process running while the test
framework tries to remove the trash directory when we are done,
creating the same bug J6t mentioned in the thread, no?

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