File use_arroba_to_include_sudoers_directory-bsc_1181283.patch of Package cloud-init

commit d62bd1f0efb25bc156a23b8e703ff264e479303c
Author: Jordi Massaguer Pla <jmassaguerpla@suse.de>
Date:   Fri Jan 22 17:10:17 2021 +0100

    includedir in suoders can be prefixed by "arroba"
    
    Since version 1.9.1, @includedir can be used in the sudoers files
    instead of #includedir:
    
    https://github.com/sudo-project/sudo/releases/tag/SUDO_1_9_1
    
    This happens to be the default in SUSE Linux enterprise sudoer package,
    so cloudinit should take this into account.
    
    Otherwise, cloudinit was adding an extra #includedir, which was
    resulting on the files under /etc/sudoers.d being included twice, one by
    @includedir from the SUSE package, one by the @includedir from
    cloudinit. The consequence of this, was that if you were defining an
    Cmnd_Alias inside any of those files, this was being defined twice and
    creating an error when using sudo.
    
    Signed-off-by: Jordi Massaguer Pla <jmassaguerpla@suse.de>

diff --git a/cloudinit/distros/__init__.py b/cloudinit/distros/__init__.py
index 1e118472..220bd11f 100755
--- a/cloudinit/distros/__init__.py
+++ b/cloudinit/distros/__init__.py
@@ -673,7 +673,7 @@ class Distro(persistence.CloudInitPickleMixin, metaclass=abc.ABCMeta):
         found_include = False
         for line in sudoers_contents.splitlines():
             line = line.strip()
-            include_match = re.search(r"^#includedir\s+(.*)$", line)
+            include_match = re.search(r"^[#|@]includedir\s+(.*)$", line)
             if not include_match:
                 continue
             included_dir = include_match.group(1).strip()
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