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Packages in experimental/arm64 which failed to build from source

reproducible icon 133 (8.0%) packages which failed to build from source in experimental/arm64: (this list is filtered and only shows unexpected ftbfs issues - see the list below for expected failures.)

hiredis dvdisaster gnustep-gui gitlab octave-signal ghc edk2 isc-kea jpeg-xl dynarmic qpdf rapmap pmix rust-gstreamer-base-sys wmbusmeters gcc-12-cross-ports gst-plugins-good1.0 gnome-shell mercurial cloudcompare qtquickcontrols-opensource-src iem-plugin-suite highway puma qtlocation-opensource-src sphinxsearch esdm polyml icu fdb kcontacts performous kcmutils kpackage gnokii gcc-bpf scap-workbench sawfish darkice puppet nvidia-texture-tools mediagoblin epiphany-browser daq musescore-snapshot kopete curl sasview go-gir-generator python-pdbfixer qtdeclarative-opensource-src-gles rocblas thunderbird gjs# freezer parmed ruby-uglifier# ucx gcc-13-cross-ports tracker-miners confget pyreadstat bpfcc normaliz binutils#+# gnome-calls gcc-sh-elf gtk4 vdr-plugin-markad sensible-utils cura groestlcoin ruby-omniauth-salesforce golang-github-containers-image php-http-psr7-integration-tests android-platform-external-doclava diaspora breezy mu-editor fenicsx-performance-tests openhft-chronicle-bytes openhft-chronicle-wire ruby-fugit pluto-sat-code qwt libmicrohttpd modemmanager theano reprepro tensorflow ruby-countries sasl-xoauth2 datalad ruby-serverengine monkeysphere golang-github-golang-geo binutils-msp430# ruby-rack nzbget jbig2-imageio yamcha xmbmon kmfl-keyboards-mywin glib2.0 ruby-stackprof node-readable-stream gnote golang-golang-x-debug sump-logicanalyzer php-sabre-event# fluxbox dtc mediasoup openhft-chronicle-threads uranium openhft-chronicle-network openhft-affinity blt node-clipanion tools-deps-alpha-clojure node-d3-hierarchy node-ajv xtensor kworkflow simtools rust-sequoia-cert-store kata-containers galera-4 ruby-nmatrix node-d3-time python-openstacksdk designate neutron

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