[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 #8 from Garrett Cooper,425-314-3911 <ngie at FreeBSD.org> ---
I really wish there was a way to denote "severity" in this bug. It's a really
trivial issue.

Net effect: there are a few extra empty test (atf, pjdfstest, etc) directories
created via BSD.include.dist and BSD.usr.dist. However, this "issue" isn't
isolated to just MK_TESTS=no; try running MK_CLANG=no and you'll see a similar
issue with clang.

History, as to why I needed to re-"break" this, is that jmmv restructuring
BSD.tests.dist to include everything test related in BSD.tests.dist in r258233
broke specifying TESTSBASE somewhere other than /usr/tests (see r275907).
Isilon and potentially others depend on test programs living somewhere other
than /usr/tests, due to custom/legacy partitioning schemes that can't be
changed, etc.

What *could* be done is that I could create BSD.tests.include.dist and
BSD.tests.usr.dist, which includes just test-related entries and put them under
MK_TESTS != "no", similar to how BSD.tests.dist is currently handled. I need to
know whether or not that kind of a naming scheme is acceptable.

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