when changing something in gnulib, a "make check" in coreutils fails in target public-submodule-commit. That rule can't be skipped over with "make -k check". In maint.mk
, it says to skip the test by explicitly setting gl_public_submodule_commit to an empty value instead.
This behavior is discouraging testing; I find that quite annoying. The check should either allow to be skipped with "make -k" or it should be only a warning in the first place. Any thoughs?