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

reproducible icon 1726 packages (7.0% of 24740) failed to build reproducibly in total, 1 (1.0% of 105) of them in the last 48h in stretch/armhf:

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reproducible icon 290 packages (1.2% of 24740) failed to build from source in total, 30 (28.6% of 105) of them in the last 48h in stretch/armhf:

qbs custodia erlang latex-cjk-chinese-arphic openjpa javassist java3d sketch scilab-plotlib scilab-ann sslsplit cargo cde compiz gammu derby botch libjaxen-java librsb pocl cimg icu rjava ne10 python-gammu symfony form soundscaperenderer dico whizzytex

reproducible icon 117 packages (0.5% of 24740) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 63 (60.0% of 105) of them in the last 48h in stretch/armhf:

sra-sdk fastqtl fmcs hilive sspace ants# zaqar python-pymummer pgloader pysal pandas# bioperl-run sbcl rdkit iva psychopyP patsy fuse-umfuse-fat bcftools### samtools pbgenomicconsensus manpages-de picard-tools openscad xserver-xorg-video-glide itksnap python-pbcommand lasagne python-pbcore bio-eagle gubbins spades kineticstools otb camitk pbalign pbseqlib slof pbbam# buildapp python-geopandas cl-unicode fastqc pymvpa2 fuse-umfuse-ext2 statsmodels fuse-umfuse-iso9660 ovito blasr aodh cafeobj ceilometer cffi fastaq ipxe apt-dpkg-ref libdr-tarantool-perl# barrnap openhackware bedtools cabal-debian trinityrnaseq stumpwm

reproducible icon 22319 packages (90.2% of 24740) successfully built reproducibly in total, 11 (10.5% of 105) of them in the last 48h in stretch/armhf:

lua-copas lua-xmlrpc libnfc lua-md5 libmp4-info-perl libjs-cocktail lightyears libnetfilter-cthelper tryton-modules-ldap-authentication tryton-modules-party-relationship tryton-modules-product-attribute

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