All reports of example-interpreter-not-absolute for the archive. The extended description of this tag is:
This example script uses a relative path to locate its interpreter. This path will be taken relative to the caller's current directory, not the script's, so a user will probably not be able to run the example without modification. This tag can also be caused by script headers like #!@BASH@, which usually mean that the examples were copied out of the source tree before proper Autoconf path substitution.
This tag has not been emitted in any package tested by Lintian.