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Notes about issue randomness_in_binaries_generated_by_golang in unstable

Identifier: randomness_in_binaries_generated_by_golang
Suites: stretch / buster / unstable / experimental
URL: https://salsa.debian.org/go-team/packages/dh-golang/merge_requests/6
Description: Fixed upstream, but a new src:golang-go has not yet been uploaded to Debian.
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

FTBR icon 65 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: browserpass burrow canid certspotter cloudsql-proxy codesearch debiman debos direnv elvish etcd fdroidcl git-lfs gitaly gitlab-shell go-cve-dictionary go-dep go-md2man gobuster gocode golang-bindata golang-github-alecthomas-chroma golang-github-benbjohnson-tmpl golang-github-calmh-xdr golang-github-dataence-porter2 golang-github-dcso-bloom golang-github-docker-docker-credential-helpers golang-github-geertjohan-go.rice golang-github-go-debos-fakemachine golang-github-golang-mock golang-github-gucumber-gucumber golang-github-influxdata-yarpc golang-github-miekg-mmark golang-github-nicksnyder-go-i18n golang-github-odeke-em-cli-spinner golang-github-pelletier-go-toml golang-github-pointlander-peg golang-github-rakyll-statik golang-github-ugorji-go-codec golang-github-vbatts-tar-split golang-github-vmware-govmomi golang-github-yosssi-ace golang-gogoprotobuf golang-golang-x-exp golang-goprotobuf golang-petname golint google-cloud-print-connector gopass gox hellfire irtt jid kcptun morty piuparts pk4 prometheus prometheus-apache-exporter prometheus-bind-exporter prometheus-sql-exporter pt-websocket restic textql wuzz

 

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