[Rpm-maint] [rpm-software-management/rpm] '#' symbol to ignore a macro statement does not valid. (#121)

MyungJoo Ham notifications at github.com
Thu Jan 12 14:12:11 UTC 2017

@Conan-Kudo If I had just a few packages with a few developers, I would do that. When you have more than a thousand packages with more developers, you can't afford that. Even if you correct hundreds of packages, you will get new incoming commits with yet another violations. You need something automatic: either give a build error (so that the developer can't ignore it) or do not expand the macros (so that the developer may ignore it).

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