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Packages in bullseye/i386 where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied

reproducible icon 75 (0.2%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

swtchart libmaxmind-db-reader-xs-perl q2-feature-table hibiscus equinox-bundles lombok+ stegosuite eclipse-platform-ui eclipse-jdt-ui unicycler pbbam sepp xperia-flashtool q2-types qcumber paleomix trinityrnaseq q2-cutadapt deal.ii pigx-rnaseq q2-metadata eclipse-platform-team shovill kleborate parallel-fastq-dump ariba haskell-termonad davmail fsm-lite ideep eclipse-wtp equinox-p2 jverein plasmidid edk2 libmiglayout-java pysph eclipse-jdt-debug scilab openmolcas eclipse-remote libatomic-queue swtcalendar biglybt theli libjogl2-java srst2 python-ete3 jameica eclipse-platform-runtime proteinortho swt-paperclips libiscwt-java q2-feature-classifier blasr seqsero libjfreechart-java jftp macromoleculebuilder cat-bat q2-quality-filter r-bioc-dupradar tuxguitar q2-taxa q2-alignment pbseqlib q2-quality-control sambamba smrtanalysis pbdagcon pytorch pytorch-vision libmmmulti insubstantial fdb

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