I have a package that includes a group of Ansible playbooks embedded into a
Python module. The playbooks include a number of templates that are
designed to be uploaded into remote systems, templated out with appropriate
variables, and then executed on the remote system.
Since the templates are designed to become executables on the remote hosts,
they have she-bang lines as appropriate (mostly shell scripts, a few Python
scripts). However, they are not yet supposed to be executed, since they are
template files that generate the executable files.
Rpmlint flags these files as executables (because of the she-bang) that
lack the executable flag (because that flag will be set after templating
and upload). Is there a way for me to specifically tell rpmlint to ignore
that particular error for those files so I can avoid these false positives?
Do I just have to pony up and deal with it?
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