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Packages in stretch/armhf where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied

reproducible icon 117 (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.

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

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