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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.

phpunit-mock-object janest-core-kernel# gerritlib# janest-core-extended# ruby-diaspora-federation# comet-ms openms# haskell-stack# yi# webalizer# plasma-widget-yawp# sqwebmail-de sarg## ploticus# ruby-compass-rails# pygdchart2# pygame## ocaml-ipaddr nurpawiki opentk# fceux# libswe-doc# libpst# monogame# nipype# jssip dvipng# lambdabot eliom gammaray# hepmc## janest-core### cvsgraph# coinst doc-linux-fr# doxygen edb aboot++# pyepl# python-gudev# mitmproxy# haskell-hledger-web haskell-hledger-ui node-acorn-dynamic-import cu2qu node-grunt-babel node-jquery-textcomplete repetier-host ppx-type-conv haskell-happstack-authenticate ppx-sexp-conv ppx-optcomp ppx-driver ocaml-re2 ruby-diaspora-federation-rails pa-structural-sexp ocaml-textutils ocsigenserver typerep gnugk libtest-aggregate-perl# ruby-compass#+ kubernetes# flask-ldapconn# science.js# containerd# awl#

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