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reproducible icon 108 (0.4%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

sketch prototypejs prey itksnap plexus-build-api php-pimple gucharmap python-escript fflas-ffpack petsc4py slepc pandoc haskell-hakyll haskell-yesod stylish-haskell xmonad-contrib haskell-pandoc-citeproc firefox-esr# diet# haskell-stack python-pymzml slowaes schema2ldif set-crontab-perl shelr ruby-rgen ruby-uuid ruby-twitter-oauth ruby-octokit ruby-sprockets ruby-instantiator paexec haskell-hashable-extras slepc4py haskell-jwt posixtestsuite haskell-servant-server sdformat givaro haskell-wreq# dune-functions dune-pdelab haskell-hledger-web hepmc# haskell-hopenpgp-tools rheolef dune-common jdeb refcard dune-istl dune-localfunctions rakudo haskell-yesod-auth-oauth2 haskell-lambdabot-haskell-plugins### haskell-http-api-data trove-dashboard node-http-signature whizzytex+ taffybar gcc-5-cross python-pint python-scrapy-djangoitem firefox# r-cran-zelig node-chokidar python-cryptography janest-core-extended ocaml-re2 janest-core-kernel node-jquery-textcomplete pyepl ocaml-textutils libtest-aggregate-perl libvcflib libswe-doc ppl plasma-widget-yawp# python-glpk# asn1c plasma-widget-adjustableclock# lambdabot wine-development ktp-call-ui## jitsi###### drgeo## monogame# git-annex janest-core aboot+ dogtag-pki# carettah haskell-hpack xmonad-extras xmonad-wallpaper haskell-servant haskell-hledger-ui haskell-cryptol# haskell-http2 haskell-blogliterately haskell-classy-prelude-yesod haskell-yesod-bin ratbagd opencv gitit django-auth-ldap packaging-tutorial xmonad elki

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