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reproducible icon 101 (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.

haskell-hakyll clutter-gst-3.0 ariba pam-python pplacer pychopper debug-me deal.ii qemu itksnap aac-tactics ginkgocadx meshlab haskell-ormolu fmit enki-aseba shotcut deepin-movie-reborn structure-synth nifti2dicom haskell-ghc-lib-parser-ex unicycler bpftrace bcalm balboa coq-float bochs camitk krita python-gffutils orpie fuse-umfuse-fat ssreflect aseba openems plastimatch gazebo opensbi python-pybedtools libnet-works-perl skesa libmaxmind-db-reader-xs-perl fuse-umfuse-ext2 birdtray crac quorum pyqwt3d psortb opencryptoki gasic sspace libsoup2.4 python-ete3 seqsero mindthegap shelxle fsm-lite qwtplot3d mirtop mm3d prooftree minimac4 debian-reference srst2 salmon dustrac# pyzoltan gubbins libaccounts-glib discosnp iannix sight roary bino# xserver-xorg-video-glide simple-tpm-pk11 virtualjaguar fracplanet qcat rsem barrnap openhackware pysph fraqtive sdrangelove ipxe tpm-tools cross-toolchain-base arch-test hlint centrifuge minia cloudcompare vite# doomsday snek tetzle edk2 pbbam win32-loader libfabric

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