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Notes about issue dc_created_timestamp_in_javadoc in unstable

Identifier: dc_created_timestamp_in_javadoc
Suites: stretch / buster / unstable / experimental
Description: javadoc appears to add a dc.created field with today's date.
openjdk 11 related?
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

reproducible icon 45 reproducible packages in unstable/amd64: autocomplete commons-daemon concurrent-dfsg eag-healpix excalibur-logkit felix-osgi-obr fontchooser intellij-annotations jheatchart libaopalliance-java libbasicplayer-java libcds-savot-java libcommons-el-java libcommons-launcher-java libcommons-logging-java libcommons-modeler-java libfits-java libflexdock-java libgetopt-java libjazzy-java libjcalendar-java libjcip-annotations-java libjcommon-java libjdepend-java libjgrapht0.6-java libjgrapht0.8-java libjibx1.2-java libjlayer-java liblastfm-java libmatthew-java libmicroba-java libmp3spi-java libnative-platform-java libonemind-commons-invoke-java liboptions-java libproxool-java libreadline-java starjava-array starjava-datanode starjava-fits starjava-pal starjava-table starjava-task starjava-util starjava-vo

FTBFS icon 1 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: geronimo-osgi-support


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