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package set maint_pkg-grass-devel in bookworm/armhf
The package set maint_pkg-grass-devel in bookworm/armhf consists of 132 packages:
None 8 (6.1%) packages failed to build reproducibly: savi gdal mapnik nco pgrouting grass pdal openlayers
None 3 (2.3%) packages failed to build from source: sfcgal satpy saga
None None None None 2 (1.5%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: qgis otb
None 119 (90.2%) packages successfully build reproducibly: aggdraw avce00 cftime debian-gis e00compr epr-api fiona fyba geographiclib geolinks geos glymur gmt gmt-dcw gmt-gshhg gpsprune h5utils jmapviewer josm jts laszip libapache2-mod-tile libcitygml libgdal-grass libgeo-shapelib-perl libgeotiff libhdf4 libkml libosmium librasterlite2 librttopo mapbox-variant mapcacheP mapcode mapproxy mapserver mercantile merkaartor mkgmap mkgmapgui mkgmap-splitter ncview netcdf netcdf4-python netcdf-cxx netcdf-cxx-legacy netcdf-fortran nik4 node-leaflet-formbuilder node-leaflet-hash ogdi-dfsg osm2pgrouting osm2pgsql osmcoastline osmctools osm-gps-map osmium-tool osmosis osmpbf ossim owslib pg-comparator pgsql-ogr-fdw php-geos pktools postgis postgis-java proj protozero pycoast pydecorate pyepr pygac pykdtree pylibtiff pymap3d pyninjotiff pyorbital pyosmium pyresample pyshp pyspectral python-affine python-cartopy python-click-plugins python-cligj python-deprecated python-descartes python-geojson python-geopandas python-geotiepoints python-hdf4 python-mapnik python-osmapi python-pyproj python-rtree python-shapely python-snuggs python-stetl pytroll-schedule pywps qmapshack rasterio readosm routino ruby-hdfeos5 ruby-narray-miss ruby-netcdf shapelib sosi2osm spatialindexP spatialite spatialite-gui spatialite-tools totalopenstation trollimage trollsift unarr virtualpg

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