--- Comment #10 from Jos de Kloe <josdekloe(a)gmail.com> ---
Thanks for updating.
rpmbuild and mock results look fine again, and rpmlint outputs are identical to
your 0.9.902 version.
Looking at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging:Emacs
(section 1.4 package
contents), the "Why package the source elisp?" note says that the main purpose
of the elisp package is to get help on variables and provide debugging
information on the *.elc files.
Therefore the emacs-mu4e-el is only useful for this purpose when emacs-mu4e is
installed as well, so adding the directory ownership to emacs-mu4e is fine I
Thinking about this, I think emacs-mu4e-el should explicitely require
I inspected randomly two other packages that package emacs extensions and they
do this as well (looked at mercurial and gnuplot).
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