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Packages in stretch/i386 tested in the last 48h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 1904 packages (7.7% of 24740) failed to build reproducibly in total, 8 (7.7% of 104) of them in the last 48h in stretch/i386:

zabbix openorienteering-mapper maxima-sage openmpi seqan2 veusz doxygen namazu2

reproducible icon 193 packages (0.8% of 24740) failed to build from source in total, 20 (19.2% of 104) of them in the last 48h in stretch/i386:

dnssecjava user-mode-linux elixir-lang openbios ncbi-vdb php7.0 traverso rustc llvm-toolchain-3.8 zookeeper sslsplit mlton 0ad neovim crash botch soundscaperenderer python-gammu sra-sdk mpqc3

reproducible icon 22528 packages (91.1% of 24740) successfully built reproducibly in total, 75 (72.1% of 104) of them in the last 48h in stretch/i386:

libnet-whois-ip-perl node-vinyl node-is-unc-path libcrypt-openssl-rsa-perl casacore-data node-load-grunt-tasks fb-music-high libwebp tendermint-go-config node-resolve-pkg r-bioc-mergeomics node-rechoir flashcache fail2ban unittest++ python-keepalive ztree django-uwsgi node-strip-bom-stream vtwm cpm pyvows volatility node-stream-shift glances r-cran-dynlm node-unc-path-regex pkcs11-helper dcm2niix node-fancy-log node-is-negated-glob p4est node-streamtest node-resolve-from r-cran-withr din nbsphinx node-interpret itamae python-intervaltree r-cran-dbitest node-flagged-respawn d3-format node-from2 ixo-usb-jtag freehdl gwaterfall e2guardian node-first-chunk-stream node-pkg-up 389-dsgw python-zc.customdoctests node-lazystream jupyter-sphinx-theme lintian python-acora ocplib-simplex stl-manual piuparts sudo msgpuck libcorkipset pg-partman verilog-mode r-bioc-genomicfeatures golang-github-geertjohan-go.rice libfile-tee-perl libcommons-compress-java libcatmandu-perl semi abcmidi archipel-agent-hypervisor-health alt-key node-lazy-debug-legacy freepwing

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