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Packages in experimental/i386 which failed to build from source

reproducible icon 75 (17.5%) packages which failed to build from source in experimental/i386: (this list is filtered and only shows unexpected ftbfs issues - see the list below for expected failures.)

htslib simbody moonshot-gss-eap cups openexr ruby-influxdb golang-golang-x-debug openhft-chronicle-bytes botan xtensor check-mk exiv2 netbeans syncany daq libnb-platform18-java rozofs nvidia-texture-tools kmetronome maliit-framework gnokii critterding ruby-nio4r llvm-toolchain-snapshot pocl gromacs coccinelle webkit2gtk boinc rustc heaptrack okteta virtuoso-opensource xpdf devscripts python-django pymol pcc-libs kopete openjdk-7 libkf5kface glib2.0 golang-github-golang-geo gcc-cross-support arduino insserv certmaster insighttoolkit4 ruby-activerecord-import acorn mariadb-10.3 ants yamcha ssh-askpass-fullscreen php-sabre-event php-sabre-vobject tensorflow quassel-irssi phonetisaurus sump-logicanalyzer kcm-ufw dvidvi tcl8.7 igor socat ruby-nmatrix pynn pybliographer pond php-sabredav lucene-net blcr openhft-chronicle-wire openhft-chronicle-core openhft-chronicle-threads

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