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Packages in buster/amd64 where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied

reproducible icon 55 (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.

openstreetmap-carto node-rollup-plugin-json vibe.d leiningen-clojure# ruby-github-markup synfigstudio node-rollup-plugin-string consul# repsnapper python-limits node-getpass acorn i8c gcc-6-cross-ports science.js# python-oslo.messaging librdf-query-client-perl gnuift prometheus-mysqld-exporter## msp430-libc bugs-everywhere+ node-d3-force python-xarray# python-molotov shimdandy spec-alpha-clojure node-d3-axis node-promise-retry php-services-weather php-log ruby-omniauth-cas3 tmuxinator python-scrapy-djangoitem core-specs-alpha-clojure node-rollup-plugin-node-resolve ruby-fog node-d3-brush node-d3-dsv node-postcss doc-linux-fr# gcc-arm-none-eabi node-npmrc node-d3-ease node-d3-drag node-d3-color node-d3-collection node-rollup-plugin-commonjs node-d3-array node-d3-dispatch node-d3-chord node-magic-string node-rollup-plugin-replace glirc ruby-cheffish libstdc++-arm-none-eabi

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