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I think this is the cleanest way of getting the current working directory of a script. It also works on osx, Linux, and probably bsd as well..
Invoked from within a shell script, this will print the directory in which the script resides. Doesn't depend on external tools, /proc/self/*, etc.. (`echo` is a shell builtin.) To see the *current working* directory of a script, use `pwd`.