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Packages in buster/armhf which failed to build from source

reproducible icon 258 (0.9%) packages which failed to build from source in buster/armhf: (this list is filtered and only shows unexpected ftbfs issues - see the list below for expected failures.)

neutron python-babel nbd ruby2.5 cimg zsh#+ icu webkit2gtk nss libmodbus symfony thunderbird node-axios request-tracker4 grilo libblocksruntime hylafax pbbam bcel olive-editor firmware-microbit-micropython kookbook libundead ball freecad rheolef qwinff libkgapi tellico postgis python-keystonemiddleware clisp git-buildpackage hedgewars knotifications goxel kparts android-platform-art scram kdeclarative snapd neovim dh-make-golang eclipse-titan massif-visualizer texworks-manual kalarmcal wala elixir-lang fuzzylite xnee httping python-gammu sdcv sslsplit qtspell qbs ruby-hiredis multiboot okteta llvm-toolchain-6.0 ignition-common jnr-ffi libclc java3d jellyfish gammu grantlee5 golang-github-linuxkit-virtsock netty golang-github-proglottis-gpgme keyman-keyboardprocessor valentina python-hgapi python-django vdirsyncer epiphany-browser fuse-umfuse-iso9660 haskell-xml-html-qq dateparser blastem ruby-rbnacl minimap2 gatb-core libmath-int128-perl ruby-mixlib-install ndcube python-sshoot uglify-js golang-google-cloud lintian cross-toolchain-base-mipsen golang-github-cockroachdb-apd gammapy python-kubernetes lz4tools ruby-eventmachine node-lunr golang-github-pquerna-cachecontrol dxvk librsvg qtav libsgml-parser-opensp-perl libcatmandu-xml-perl golang-github-hashicorp-go-sockaddr libmurmurhash node-pbkdf2 librose-db-object-perl golang-yaml.v2 haskell-cryptol golang-github-hashicorp-yamux# golang-x-text python-udatetime traildb# kcodecs tracker-miners golang-github-confluentinc-confluent-kafka-go node-jed libmessage-passing-perl# h2o ruby-sidekiq-cron cockpit libsystem-info-perl python-agate golang-github-nebulouslabs-fastrand tendermint-go-p2p ocamlgsl# ms-gsl golang-github-dop251-goja iannix golang-github-golang-leveldb meson golang-github-go-openapi-swag golang-gopkg-olivere-elastic.v3 reprozip ruby-riddle rdfind golang-github-wellington-go-libsass golang-github-hashicorp-memberlist node-chownr node-gulp-coffee python-eventlet pyfftw golang-github-docker-goamz node-tap golang-github-xlab-treeprint node-cli-cursor trilinos node-flagged-respawn node-tap-parser# libretro-mupen64plus ipywidgets node-source-map-support haskell-protobuf# buildbot locket golang-github-miekg-dns kubrick colmap node-set-blocking afl haskell-hakyll bagel python-statsd node-lolex ruby-dalli ezquake## datalad+ mapnik-vector-tile node-yargs node-end-of-stream golang-google-grpc mkosi ismrmrd# ngs-sdk lintian-brush cross-toolchain-base-ports golang-github-spf13-viper ruby-rufus-scheduler python-pysam sctk golang-github-go-ldap-ldap golang-github-aws-aws-sdk-go txt2tags python-keystoneauth1 golang-github-cloudfoundry-gosigar tcc ruby-remcached python-kafka xdg-utils golang-github-cznic-mathutil gnome-mpv x4d-icons ruby-redis ruby-certificate-authority suitesparse python-pysaml2 tudu seabios php-timer node-oauth# python-keystoneclient python-watchdog racket python-aioxmpp sgabios golang-github-coreos-bbolt node-require-from-string python-twitter python-biplist mercurial python-argcomplete ruby-progressbar python-pbr pysoundfile perlbal# pgbadger pyptlib msrtool python-formencode golang-github-pzhin-go-sophia node-depd libtickit-widget-scroller-perl paste nexuiz-data orpie mlpost++ ruby-graphviz libqglviewer libtickit-widget-tabbed-perl golang-github-gocarina-gocsv node-cross-spawn ksudoku iodine# neuron# golang-google-api nanomsg+ libcdio libmiglayout-java gramps esorex jstimezonedetect.js hippomocks# dput-ng ibam# bochs mitmproxy nuitka bmagic alt-ergo node-buble pygalmesh dustrac# ns3 golang-go.uber-zap gridengine# pandas# sdrangelove

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