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

reproducible icon 157 (0.6%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

skiboot mina2 tiles logback libcommons-dbcp-java libjamon-java balboa aodh ruby-integration rust-mio-uds librdf-trine-serializer-rdfa-perl gap-primgrp gap-smallgrp gap-transgrp libbiod ruby-distribution# node-rollup-plugin-alias netcdf-parallel# ruby-compat-resource zaqarP ceilometer freecad goldencheetah# foodcritic qwtplot3d wifite librdf-query-client-perl pbbarcode bioperl-run openstreetmap-carto edk2 pyqwt3d nipype android-platform-frameworks-data-binding racon rust-mio freebayes node-autoprefixer libseqlib openms openbios rust-hexyl bugs-everywhere+ slof tetzle centrifuge simple-tpm-pk11 artemis graphite-api ruby-carrierwave canu pilon mongo-java-driver openhackware golang-github-juju-testing enki-aseba python-oslo.messaging cinfony rust-fd-find ginkgocadx psortb unicycler quorum gpaste python-limits minimac4 node-xmpp krita acorn gudhi linux-patch-debianlogo linux-patch-grsecurity2 deal.ii opencryptoki sspace sga crac gasic pymoc htseq metaphlan2 shelxle libvcflib i8c mm3d golang-gopkg-macaroon.v2 icedtea-web rust-fuchsia-zircon fraqtive golang-github-juju-httprequest libdr-tarantool-perl# ipxe barrnap fracplanet libokhttp-java cairocffi# cross-toolchain-base bino# pbh5tools arch-test otb fw4spl tpm-tools debug-me mhap giira ncbi-vdb paleomix rsem qcumber woo fsm-lite tophat picard-tools surankco srst2 fastqc libfabric beagle ariba camitk seqsero nifti2dicom itksnap plastimatch iva chromhmm cloudcompare# aseba node-sshpk deepnano spades gubbins smalr pass-tomb deepin-movie-reborn htsjdk eficas+ gazebo rust-ripgrep python-pbcommand fitgcp kineticstools php-log python-pbcore koji xserver-xorg-video-glide ruby-omniauth-cas3 php-services-weather tmuxinator win32-loader vite# simpleitk virtualjaguar node-postcss gammapy cross-toolchain-base-ports

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