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Packages in unstable/amd64 where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied

reproducible icon 67 (0.2%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

urweb ppx-sexp-conv ppx-driver containerd# haskell-cabal-helper haskell-simple boinc-app-eah-brp janest-core-extended# kubernetes# dafny# shim-signed xcffib# ocaml-re2 rng-tools golang-github-bradfitz-http2 boogie ocaml-textutils pa-structural-sexp pluginhook utopia-documents### python-googlecloudapis libg15render pycaptcha python-sponge# ocaml-ipaddr psychopyP polyorb monotone+ typerep ploticus# nurpawiki mlton gucharmap ocsigenserver guacamole-server tpm2-pk11 libgnome-keyring# bugs-everywhere+ janest-core### ghc-mod libswe-doc# aboot++# fceux# eliom coinst ikvm doc-linux-fr+ clips libhibernate3-java haskell-hmt ovito#+ berkshelf# golang-github-containerd-go-cni node-rollup-plugin-alias zorp+ sambamba gnuift lambda-term haskell-blogliterately utop ppx-optcomp ppx-type-conv hdbc-odbc janest-core-kernel# libperl6-export-attrs-perl node-ieee754 python-unpaddedbase64

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