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Packages in stretch/amd64 which failed to build from source

reproducible icon 90 (0.4%) packages which failed to build from source in stretch/amd64: (this list is filtered and only shows unexpected ftbfs issues - see the list below for expected failures.)

gnome-keyring# freedict dico neovim custodia python-gammu soundscaperenderer jruby sslsplit yorick qbs icu gammu python-futurist libbusiness-hours-perl libotr haskell-sendfile haskell-sha dumbster ruby-influxdb php-sabre-vobject-3P gnucash# openbsc# nodejs# ruby2.3# armci-mpi gnote locket strongswan libio-socket-multicast6-perl# libmessage-passing-perl# libevent-rpc-perl devscripts gobgp# ipywidgets llvm-toolchain-3.9# xapian-core golang-github-elithrar-simple-scrypt mariadb-10.1 node-marked-man python-kdcproxy ruby-neovim txfixtures# watcher reel tendermint-go-flowrate# debci+ ruby-prof sword golang-github-prometheus-client-golang vdirsyncer tap.py golang-1.7# openhft-chronicle-bytes llvm-toolchain-3.8# datalad validator.js# ruby-certificate-authority git-build-recipe commons-pool2 ruby-sshkit# golang-github-hashicorp-yamux# cram golang-gopkg-eapache-go-resiliency.v1 strace ruby-encryptor# cross-toolchain-base python-django rsyslog# ri-li# ruby-httpclient# ruby-eventmachine# python-passlib ruby-connection-pool reptyrP python-formencode python-eventlet libpqtypes# glib2.0# python-argcomplete python-babel natbraille# mitmproxy# iodine# checkinstall diodon autopkgtest golang-github-mxk-go-flowrate# umockdev# elixir-lang#

reproducible icon 3 (0.0%) packages which failed to build from source in stretch/amd64 due to our changes in the toolchain or due to our setup. This list includes packages tagged ftbfs_in_jenkins_setup or ftbfs_build_depends_not_available_on_amd64 or ftbfs_build-indep_not_build_on_some_archs.

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