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reproducible icon 118 (0.5%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

pbdagcon partd qtltools# caffe win32-loader crac fmcs sagetex yade agda-stdlib goldencheetah txfixtures htseq pgloader sga deal.ii lasagne rdkit seaborn metaphlan2 gnocchi hilive bio-eagle sra-sdk rapmap giira sspace ncbi-vdb libvcflib ants# itksnap edk2 pysal srst2 rsem sunpy pbh5tools augustus plastimatch gubbins ariba iva fastqtl pandas# kineticstools ginkgocadx datalad artemis fsm-lite circlator pbbam surankco otb cinfony openscad chemfp htsjdk camitk stacks nifti2dicom poretools reapr spades roary salmon bcftools### pbalign pbbarcode nanopolish pbgenomicconsensus python-pbcore pbseqlib zaqar blasr python-pbcommand aodh python-pysam samtools libtabixpp fitgcp python-geopandas sbcl psychopy statsmodels slof libdr-tarantool-perl picard-tools fuse-umfuse-fat pymvpa2 xserver-xorg-video-glide openhackware python-pymummer manpages-de ovito fuse-umfuse-iso9660 lmfit-py patsy fuse-umfuse-ext2 fastaq ipxe mhap ceilometer cafeobj fastqc cffi bedtools beagle arch-test cabal-debian apt-dpkg-ref stumpwm bioperl-run cl-unicode trinityrnaseq barrnap smalt buildapp pkg-haskell-tools

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