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Packages in experimental/armhf which failed to build from source

reproducible icon 119 (15.7%) packages which failed to build from source in experimental/armhf: (this list is filtered and only shows unexpected ftbfs issues - see the list below for expected failures.)

freezer cloudkitty skopeo php-league-uri-src ironic vega.js sphinx## highway php-codecoverage puppet mediagoblin php-zend-code exiv2 sawfish iem-plugin-suite go-gir-generator neutron tracker puma daq nvidia-texture-tools sphinxsearch gnome-remote-desktop mutter inkscape python-openstacksdk python-oslo.concurrency python-croniter python-pymemcache qtcreator phpunit-complexity phpunit-lines-of-code php-text-template pandas# php-file-iterator symfony node-ajv webrtc-audio-processing blt openhft-affinity pluto-sat-code dvdisaster jpeg-xl kopete sasview python-mrcfile vtk9 opm-common autogen rapmap polyml darkice musescore-snapshot scap-workbench phpunit-comparator hiredis tuba golang-google-grpc php-zend-stdlib imagemagick#+ vdr-plugin-markad jbig2-imageio android-platform-external-doclava lilv simtools openldap django-qr-code livi groestlcoin diaspora monkeysphere golang-golang-x-debug mediasoup golang-github-golang-geo bali-phy xmbmon sump-logicanalyzer php-sabre-event# ruby-nmatrix yamcha bpfcc flatpak phpunit-code-unit-reverse-lookup phpunit-recursion-context phpunit-environment libkysdk-base phpunit-object-enumerator php-doctrine-dbal php-timer phpunit-type php-netscape-bookmark-parser msgpack-cxx phpunit-global-state openhft-chronicle-wire openhft-chronicle-threads openhft-chronicle-network openhft-chronicle-bytes poti dtc node-d3-time xsimd golang-opentelemetry-contrib ruby-omniauth-salesforce vimix ruby-uglifier# vulkan-memory-allocator gnome-photos wmbusmeters golang-github-protonmail-go-crypto php-http-psr7-integration-tests breezy qwt janitor node-readable-stream reprepro node-d3-hierarchy tools-deps-alpha-clojure kworkflow mu-editor

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