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Packages in experimental/amd64 tested in the last 48h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 84 packages (16.1% of 522) failed to build reproducibly in total, 10 (9.8% of 102) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

dune-localfunctions libvirt eeshow urjtag libcdk5 netpbm-free librep# dogtag-pki llvm-toolchain-10 webkit2gtk

reproducible icon 63 packages (12.1% of 522) failed to build from source in total, 11 (10.8% of 102) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

libewf openhft-chronicle-wire# astropy gnutls28 ants# blt meson vuls dde-qt-dbus-factory symfony boinc

reproducible icon 22 packages (4.2% of 522) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 22 (21.6% of 102) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

numericalchameleon ogre-1.12 grpc twisted policykit-1 nipype libspring-java gnunet keysafe libqinfinity virtuoso-opensource critterding kcm-ufw php-sabre-vobject# heudiconv# imip-agent dh-kpatches# freedict-swa-eng# pynn# rhash-bindings gstreamer-vaapi gst-rtsp-server1.0

reproducible icon 351 packages (67.2% of 522) successfully built reproducibly in total, 59 (57.8% of 102) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

netplan.io php-getid3 spamassassin php-phar-io-version phpunit-object-enumerator php-file-iterator phpunit-resource-operations php-phpspec-prophecy-phpunit alttab librasterlite2 origami-pdf libjaylink pound# vokoscreen-ng virt-viewer btrbk yorick-optimpack partman-swapfile php-doctrine-common mumps mmh libpam-elogind-compat php-twig php-token-stream phpunit-object-reflector phpunit-environment phpunit php-invoker php-timer phpunit-exporter phpunit-recursion-context phpunit-code-unit-reverse-lookup fpc php-text-template hplip phpunit-comparator phpunit-type elpa-rust-mode kazam aide dh-sysuser apng2gif node-cacache pcsc-cyberjack python-aiortc mupen64plus-core rust-nitrokey rust-nitrokey-sys spatialite node-arr-exclude libsmpp34 openhft-affinity bluemindo odhcp6c librdf-lazy-perl qnnpack gst-python1.0 postgis phpunit-diff

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