I have a package that contains ruby scripts in /usr/lib/packagename/
These scripts are only called/included via other binaries.
If I do not make these executable, then rpmlint complains about
non-executable content in /usr/lib/packagename/ and suggests I
move it to /usr/share/packagename. If I make them executable, then it
complains about missing she-bang.
upstream thinks there is no problem and says the scripts should never
be executed on their own, so no she-bang should be there. Fedora does
not allow executing from /usr/share.
Should I just ignore rpmlint for this case?