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Notes about issue random_id_in_pdf_generated_by_dblatex in unstable

Identifier: random_id_in_pdf_generated_by_dblatex
Suites: stretch / buster / bullseye / unstable / experimental
Description: eg.
/ID [<1ebdbec86dcab3e39cf225470b799ae8> <1ebdbec86dcab3e39cf225470b799ae8>]
Not caused by build path nor by the minute used to build at least.
Intermediate "--tempdir=docbuild" has no differences.
ID is varying because texlive generates it based on the build path, see also
pdf_id_varying_due_to_build_path issue.
(This might be tagged the same as random_order_of_pdf_ids_generated_by_latex)
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

reproducible icon 58 reproducible packages in unstable/amd64: beast-mcmc blends bliss cacti cassbeam ccfits cddlib cl-asdf cli-common coinor-csdp csync2 cvs ess fig2dev flint freefem gap-factint gap-toric gitmagic gnuplot-mode gtg-trace hamradio-maintguide highlight.js impressive java-imaging-utilities khronos-api latex-make libbluray libconfig libcrcutil libgfshare libmatio libraw1394 libstxxl linuxdoc-tools minizinc mpfi mpfr4 ocaml-melt opensp packaging-tutorial pbuilder pescetti probabel proofgeneral python-tidylib rubber scscp-imcce starlink-pal tachyon tcltk-defaults tipa udunits velvet bash# bbdb+ pspp##

FTBFS icon 4 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: bird form jthread siproxd

FTBR icon 34 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: 4ti2 apparmor apt-dpkg-ref asymptote auctex autogen biber bibtool blitz++ cafeobj dejagnu dune-istl gap-design gitano gle-graphics graphite2 gyoto haskell98-report jmodeltest jpylyzer krb5 lammps latex-coffee-stains ledger2beancount librostlab librostlab-blast muse-el opencolorio openocd primesieve sgml-base-doc ufoai vmdb2 autoconf+++

depwait icon 2 depwait packages in unstable/amd64: macsyfinder rivet


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