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Packages in bullseye/arm64 where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied

reproducible icon 93 (0.3%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

calypso aide ruby-test-prof php-fabiang-sasl rust-scrawl ruby-factory-bot grub-customizer influxdb-python yagf rust-quickcheck-macros latex-cjk-japanese-wadalab golang-github-sanity-io-litter gwaei nifti2dicom pychopper ginkgocadx shim-signed camitk psensor kyotocabinet develock-el lua-busted libmnl luarocks libctl# moblin-gtk-engine aiopg scala-asm binfmtc ruby-minitest-shared-description ocaml-result themole mrmpi httpunit unicycler debian-reference cross-toolchain-base easybind itksnap josm arch-test zziplib skesa controlsfx triplea plastimatch fuse-umfuse-fat psortb paleomix afterburner.fx otb spice-gtk libsoup2.4 xen fuse-umfuse-ext2 pdfsam zeroc-ice mediathekview minimac4 win32-loader discover-data javafxsvg fontawesomefx pam-python smuxi libaccounts-glib oaklisp gubbins qemu barrnap libjloda-java openhackware view3dscene telepathy-idle ipxe seqsero qcat telepathy-gabble+ libmiglayout-java sight starjava-topcat nanopass-framework-scheme xserver-xorg-video-glide ca-certificates davmail farstream-0.2 telepathy-haze hp-ppd yasm+ gazebo telepathy-glib telepathy-salut catch

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