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Packages in stretch/amd64 tested in the last 48h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 1283 packages (5.2% of 24816) failed to build reproducibly in total, 5 (4.6% of 109) of them in the last 48h in stretch/amd64:

smokeqt hugo snapd qttools-opensource-src pyscanfcs

reproducible icon 104 packages (0.4% of 24816) failed to build from source in total, 10 (9.2% of 109) of them in the last 48h in stretch/amd64:

freedict neovim qbs icu gammu botch dico sslsplit python-gammu yorick

reproducible icon 1 packages (0.0% of 24816) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 1 (0.9% of 109) of them in the last 48h in stretch/amd64:

pixfrogger

reproducible icon 23371 packages (94.2% of 24816) successfully built reproducibly in total, 93 (85.3% of 109) of them in the last 48h in stretch/amd64:

golang-github-xenolf-lego taningia systemd-cron tali shine taffybar statnews simple-tpm-pk11 stella sratom spectrwm sord scotch snap simgrid shellcheck shelltestrunner ruby-oj serd ruby-dbus ruby-rack-flash3 sec sgml-base rst2pdf rickshaw ruby-numru-units rancid scim-canna rlvm r-cran-rms qtlocation-opensource-src rcpp rdtool rhythmbox# repmgr reglookup rifiuti2 r-cran-maldiquant r-cran-maptools rbenv r-cran-statmod r-cran-rsolnp r-zoo python-launchpadlib r-cran-boolnet r-cran-colorspace r-bioc-annotationdbi r-cran-gam r-bioc-rsamtools qtwebsockets-opensource-src qca2 python-yubico python-weberror python-simpy predictprotein python-ldappool python-requestbuilder python-pyo python-nosehtmloutput python-clips python-flake8 python-argh python-json-pointer pyorbit postgresql-filedump portalocker pxp proofgeneral putty protobuf-c pkg-config plainbox-provider-resource-generic plasma-nm pluxml psi ddccontrol-db puppet-module-puppetlabs-ntp pmx polyglot php-memcached pmidi pkgsync pd-ext13 phylip php-horde-browser php-nette dhis-client pianobooster pidcat php-horde-db digitemp yapet psqlodbc

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