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Packages in experimental/amd64 which failed to build from source

reproducible icon 76 (17.2%) packages which failed to build from source in experimental/amd64: (this list is filtered and only shows unexpected ftbfs issues - see the list below for expected failures.)

libnb-platform18-java daq kmetronome netbeans ruby-nio4r topal openjdk-7 groff gnokii banshee critterding maliit-framework coin3 perl opencv icu rustc json4s scopt zaqarP llvm-toolchain-7 qbs exiv2 openhft-chronicle-wire# pond php-sabre-event# insserv gcc-cross-support certmaster dvidvi+ insighttoolkit4 gjs# sbt-test-interface openjdk-7-jre-dcevm kcm-ufw mariadb-10.3 jawn sbt-template-resolver pluto-find-orb pluto-sat-code xmltooling thrift libkf5kface# php-doctrine-data-fixtures ruby-influxdb ceph++ sbt-serialization sbt-launcher-interface scala-pickling libatteanx-store-memorytriplestore-perl# tcl8.7 php-sabredav# ssh-askpass-fullscreen php-sabre-vobject# python-django# outguess tomboy# igor osmo-bts pynn# brial ants# yamcha socat sump-logicanalyzer pybliographer# ruby-nmatrix phonetisaurus lucene-net# freedict-swa-eng# blcr# arduino xtensor libclc quassel-irssi path.py

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