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There are 112 packages with notes in experimental/arm64.

reproducible icon 50 unreproducible packages in experimental/arm64, ordered by build date:

libtommath syslog-ng inkscape criu cargo qtbase-opensource-src### ruby-pg sphinx bladerf ezmlm-idx gnutls28 linux coccinelle wings3d check-mk lazarus binutils-msp430# urjtag configshell openturns haproxy gitaly librep# libdrumstick webkit2gtk pmount opticalraytracer pdns kicad readline virtuoso-opensource rustc vite# subversion# netpbm-free openambit libffi ghc xfce4-session+ lilypond node-jquery+ octomap singular sqlalchemy gpsd opencv syncany pnetcdf clamav libvigraimpex#

reproducible icon 28 FTBFS packages in experimental/arm64, ordered by build date:

cups# ruby-eventmachine# gromacs exiv2 netbeans daq nvidia-texture-tools critterding gnokii openjdk-7 boinc wala llvm-toolchain-snapshot gcc-mingw-w64 heaptrack pocl thunderbird libreoffice php-sabre-event# php-sabre-vobject# statsmodels# openhft-chronicle-wire# openhft-chronicle-bytes# openhft-chronicle-core# pynn# flif# php-sabredav# dvidvi+

reproducible icon 14 (3.9%) source packages failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, ordered by build date:

ants# dh-kpatches# freedict-swa-eng# grpc keysafe kmymoney libqinfinity openexr pluto-find-orb pluto-sat-code pybliographer# rhash-bindings spatialite-gui xfwm4

reproducible icon 1 not for us packages in experimental/arm64:

blcr#

reproducible icon 1 timing out packages in experimental/arm64:

eeshow

reproducible icon 27 reproducible packages in experimental/arm64:

wpa git musescore ruby-celluloid# php-monolog## ruby-net-http-persistent# zsh#+ enchant mediagoblin poti+ libjsoncpp gst-plugins-base1.0# ruby-http# subdownloader lucene-net# nfft mini-buildd libwebsockets php-enum# libratbag cacti ruby-diaspora-federation# marble kmetronome tcltk-defaults hwloc zoneminder

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