the scripts in /etc/emacs/site-start.d/ do not contain anything esential provided by the corresponding packages, but usually some (autoload ) declarartions of what they may provide. So this directory is a kind of catalogue of capabilities that some packages may provide, and any access to this directory doesn\'t mean actual exploiting of these capabilities but mere querying.
So, they should be ignored when generating the list of dependencies based on used capabilities provided by other packages.
(or emacs-mode-auctex.spec since 11.10-alt1)
The messages about what is being loaded can be seen.
This applies to rpm-utils-0.2.3-alt1.
Fixed in rpm-utils-0.2.4-alt1