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Packages in experimental/arm64 tested in the last 24h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 146 packages (24.1% of 607) failed to build reproducibly in total, 7 (8.5% of 82) of them in the last 24h in experimental/arm64:

libwebsockets gio-qt libgcrypt20 drawing klibc wings3d elpa-rust-mode

reproducible icon 95 packages (15.7% of 607) failed to build from source in total, 25 (30.5% of 82) of them in the last 24h in experimental/arm64:

openhft-chronicle-wire# pluto-sat-code simtools openhft-chronicle-bytes freedroidrpg qtlocation-opensource-src lensfun boinc symfony spamassassin wpa nvidia-texture-tools sawfish mediagoblin mini-buildd xen musescore-snapshot gnokii qtquickcontrols-opensource-src node-trust-jwa golang-golang-x-debug arriero golang-github-golang-geo xmlelements python-firehose

reproducible icon 27 packages (4.4% of 607) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 3 (3.7% of 82) of them in the last 24h in experimental/arm64:

rust-gobject-sys gedit-plugins bzrtp

reproducible icon 318 packages (52.4% of 607) successfully built reproducibly in total, 45 (54.9% of 82) of them in the last 24h in experimental/arm64:

python-fitsio darkice python-gphoto2 munin php-doctrine-persistence clevis friendly-recovery sensible-utils qnnpack php-doctrine-inflector pytest# phpunit-code-unit-reverse-lookup vdr-plugin-markad phpunit-object-enumerator phpunit-recursion-context phpunit-resource-operations phpunit-comparator phpunit-object-reflector php-text-template phpunit-environment phpunit-version php-token-stream ifuse gedit rep-gtk android-platform-external-doclava ruby-devise-i18n java-common bctoolbox belr belcard virt-viewer dgit-test-dummy php-getid3 btrbk nfft libdevel-ptkdb-perl cronie retroarch-assets cnrun node-is-redirect node-arr-exclude libretro-core-info node-minimalistic-assert libmarpa

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