Created attachment 423468 [details]
patch to skip RCS directories in included directories
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 14 development cycle.
Changing version to '14'.
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Puzzling that nothing has been done about this defect three months after I reported it, considering that (a) it is trivially obvious, (b) it is trivially easy to fix, (c) I've provided a patch, and (d) the patch is trivial and obviously correct.
I'm sorry your patch hasn't been addressed yet, but as you say it is trivial. It's also not the case that I can just build and push without testing, etc. I have plans to push the latest module-init-tools to rawhide first but I need to fix the fact that compressed module support isn't working. So, I'm on it, just bear with me :)
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This is still broken, but I suppose it doesn't matter since module-init-tools has been replaced by kmod? Why is module-init-tools still in the distribution?
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