I consider raising a new warning as a change of API, but I realize that it is probably disputable. Anyway, the update is in stable, probably to late to change anything, let's not bike shed then. I was surprised by this, and others might be as well. I'd consider an e-mail to dependent package maintainers as a reasonable thing to do.
Adding karma to my own fix, but I've verified the fix is working:
<mock-chroot> sh-5.0# rpm -q rpmlint rpmlint-1.10-22.fc30.noarch <mock-chroot> sh-5.0# rpmlint rpm* ... 6 packages and 0 specfiles checked; 4 errors, 57 warnings.
Got a scriptlet error, probably harmless:
ValueError: File context for /usr/lib/chromium-browser already defined ValueError: File context for /usr/lib/chromium-browser/chromium-browser.sh already defined ValueError: File context for /usr/lib/chrome-sandbox already defined
To clarify, it breaks behavior, not the interface.
"SQLite 3.26 repoints foreign key constraints on table renames even when foreign_keys pragma is off which breaks every operation that requires a table rebuild to simulate unsupported ALTER TABLE statements."