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Packages in experimental/arm64 tested in the last 48h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 224 packages (30.3% of 740) failed to build reproducibly in total, 30 (32.6% of 92) of them in the last 48h in experimental/arm64:

qtwebchannel-opensource-src evolution-data-server breeze cargo plasma-workspace libgmpada libgnatcoll-bindings libtexttools akregator grantlee-editor akonadiconsole libkf5incidenceeditor knotes korganizer pim-data-exporter slepc libkf5mailcommon libkf5mailimporter kdepim-runtime libalog qgis fcitx5 guile-gcrypt mongo-cxx-driver perl iraf psi-plus git dcmtk dvidvi#

reproducible icon 97 packages (13.1% of 740) failed to build from source in total, 7 (7.6% of 92) of them in the last 48h in experimental/arm64:

pyfeed gourmet libreoffice kcmutils qtdeclarative-opensource-src osmo-msc brian#

reproducible icon 63 packages (8.5% of 740) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 14 (15.2% of 92) of them in the last 48h in experimental/arm64:

rocminfo heudiconv# vuls xgboost openturns rust-nitrokey chez-srfi akonadi-import-wizard kdepim-addons kwin nnpack pup ruby-carrierwave rust-nitrokey-sys

reproducible icon 338 packages (45.7% of 740) successfully built reproducibly in total, 41 (44.6% of 92) of them in the last 48h in experimental/arm64:

ruby-prawn seahorse plasma-vault zaqar-tempest-plugin kscreen murano-tempest-plugin pound# markdown batmand node-has-yarn node-single-line-log colord-kde bluemindo node-is-finite yorick-optimpack gudev-sharp-3.0 libwmf libkf5gravatar libkf5calendarsupport libkf5eventviews mbox-importer kf5-kdepim-apps-libs kmail-account-wizard qcalcfilehash ipqalc sudoku-solver rocksdb libxfce4util openbsc wasi-libc rust-backtrace libapi-gitforge-perl rust-addr2line kcm-fcitx5 cryptsetup zeek-aux ruby-asana lifeograph psi-plus-l10n libjsoncpp poti

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