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There are 118 faulty packages without notes in testing/arm64.

reproducible icon 35 unreproducible packages in testing/arm64, ordered by build date:

haskell-http-link-header xmds2 john qtscriptgenerator guile-lib clc-intercal automaton libpdl-linearalgebra-perl yt libgnatcoll libpdl-stats-perl eclipse-pydev ldap-haskell golang-github-coreos-go-oidc pylucene scrollz spherepack openni2 guile-json scolasync node-js-yaml quickroute-gps snapd ruby-mixlib-archive belle-sip libkf5pimcommon graxxia spatial4j pysurfer ooolib-perl macs qtiplot cortina gnuift node-tap

reproducible icon 83 FTBFS packages in testing/arm64, ordered by build date:

keystone checkinstall gnome-split khal libretro-desmume pidgin-librvp xine-plugin transgui cppad meson gnome-mpv slic3r-prusa swift libdatabase-dumptruck-perl nedit multiboot kpmcore golang-github-cznic-mathutil fonts-cns11643 snp-sites cube2-data tesseract-vie golang-google-cloud validator.js ipywidgets tomahawk jctools datalad cross-toolchain-base cross-toolchain-base-ports pybind11 reel apertium-sme-nob xcffib devscripts xfonts-100dpi sphde xfonts-75dpi sushi# slashtime nbd verilog-mode vim jnr-posix picolisp efax-gtk castle-game-engine teem+ python-django dput-ng libmiglayout-java commons-pool2 figtree golang-github-shirou-gopsutil openhft-chronicle-wire gsequencer nanoc python-mne lbcd python-argcomplete avy ruby-certificate-authority bmagic golang-github-jacobsa-fuse bochs gitit xfonts-cyrillic qutemol python-apt ucommon python-multipletau sword node-kew python-pyelftools st apertium-kaz-tat graphite-api python-formencode msrtool libmodule-starter-perl node-marked-man golang-go.net-dev watcher

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