[Bug 201072] /etc/mtree/BSD.include.dist and /etc/mtree/BSD.usr.dist create various atf directories that are later deleted by 'make delete-old'

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--- Comment #6 from Julio Merino,+1 347 694 0576,New York City <jmmv at FreeBSD.org> ---
This is incorrect: entries should never be removed from the list of obsolete
files/directories -- unless those files/directories are readded to the tree. 
You do not know which revision the user is updating _from_, so the list of
obsolete files need to be as exhaustive as possible and cover all previous

If a directory is always being removed by "delete-old" after a fresh "make
installworld", then it is most likely that the Makefiles are creating the
directories by mistake.  We should track where that's happening instead and fix
those instead: the directories you show should not be there.

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