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Notes about issue randomness_in_documentation_generated_by_sphinx in unstable

Identifier: randomness_in_documentation_generated_by_sphinx
Suites: stretch / buster / bullseye / bookworm / unstable / experimental
Description: Sphinx might output references to memory addresses and generate a json index file
with entries in random order or with non-deterministic values (eg. searchindex.js).
See for memory address issue
searchindex.js needs sort_keys=True ( but the key values vary too.
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

reproducible icon 34 reproducible packages in unstable/amd64: astroquery bzr dbf dhcpcanon django-polymorphic fonttools git-buildpackage highlight.js kombu paramiko psi4 py-postgresql pyasn1 pydl pygccxml pytango python-asdf python-bioblend python-django python-django-celery-beat python-django-mptt python-geopandas python-git python-glanceclient python-ly python-padme python-pyqtgraph qiime salt sardana sphinx sqlobject translate-toolkit txtorcon

FTBFS icon 9 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: aodh ceilometer celery gcc-python-plugin heat python-keystonemiddleware python-openstackclient silx statsmodels

FTBR icon 22 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: alembic breathe dcmstack libiio linux masakari mdtraj nipy nipype numpy platformio python-pygraphviz rdflib sasview scipy sqlalchemy xonsh xrootd ycm-cmake-modules matplotlib+ pandas# sphinxcontrib-programoutput+

timeout icon 1 build timeout packages in unstable/amd64: python-cement

depwait icon 1 depwait packages in unstable/amd64: mini-buildd


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