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

reproducible icon 125 (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.

libpdl-io-matlab-perl libcitygml netcdf-cxx netcdf-fortran golang-github-juju-httprequest golang-gopkg-macaroon.v2 thuban libosmium prepair bzr-explorer yade r-bioc-genomeinfodb grace python-django# pbdagcon ocaml-re2 flask-socketio kubernetes# haskell-hmt urweb sambamba janest-core-kernel# repetier-host haskell-blogliterately moonshot-gss-eap# biojava4-live berkshelf# ruby-compass#+ haskell-cabal-helper haskell-simple debug-me curry-frontend haskell-hledger-web ppx-sexp-conv haskell-finite-field haskell-secret-sharing sagetex ppx-driver ppx-type-conv ppx-optcomp hdbc-odbc containerd# simpleitk ruby-hdfeos5 libpdl-netcdf-perl ghc-testsuite pa-structural-sexp pluto-lunar ocaml-textutils janest-core-extended# typerep golang-github-juju-testing ruby-diaspora-federation-rails virtio-forwarder ruby-diaspora-federation# xcffib# xmltooling utopia-documents### t38modem+ shibboleth-resolver shibboleth-sp2 pkpgcounter pydicom ploticus# ocsigenserver pycaptcha psychopyP pygdchart2# python-sponge# opensaml2 polyorb ruby-compass-rails# plasma-widget-yawp# python-googlecloudapis openclipart ocaml-ipaddr pdftk# gitit arbtt opentk# foolscap# nurpawiki nautilus-image-manipulator# jssip mlton fceux# janest-core### ekiga libswe-doc# ghc-mod eliom coinst doc-linux-fr+ aboot++# agda-stdlib ruby-netcdf ncview deal.ii bzr-search bzrtools psi4 slepc loggerhead liblas etsf-io dynare dans-gdal-scripts bzr-xmloutput pktools paraview# octave-mapping node-rollup-plugin-alias netpipe openscenegraph guacamole-server grads exodusii etckeeper elastix syrthes blasr mysql-workbench compizconfig-python sagemath# rust-ripgrep

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