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package set xfce_build-depends in unstable/amd64
The package set xfce_build-depends in unstable/amd64 consists of:
None 65 (19.1%) packages failed to build reproducibly: graphite2 shared-mime-info x11proto-core tcltk-defaults gnutls28 kconfig indent unbound libthai sane-backends dejagnu keyutils+ poppler libsndfile libclc libffi libgpg-error db5.3 libical+ nettle openssl gmp jack-audio-connection-kit sqlite3 doxygen postgresql-9.6 texi2html gettext mysql-5.7 quilt fftw3+ cvs linux+ binutils alsa-lib fonts-cantarell gcc-defaults colord+ qt4-x11 systemtap webkit2gtk systemd mesa autoconf flac+ dbus-python freebsd-glue lirc libimobiledevice libsoxr autogen exo graphviz#### heimdal krb5 gcc-7# xorg-server+ libgcrypt20 vulkan policykit-1 pulseaudio pygtk python-stdlib-extensions valgrind gcc-6
None 8 (2.4%) packages failed to build from source: llvm-toolchain-4.0# llvm-toolchain-3.8 libsoup2.4## softhsm2+ icu llvm-toolchain-3.9 glibc+ check
None None None None 7 (2.1%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: groff libtasn1-6 xfconf audit automake-1.15 flex#### libtool
None 260 (76.5%) packages successfully build reproducibly: acl adwaita-icon-theme apache2 apparmor asciidoc atk1.0 at-spi2-atk at-spi2-core attr autoconf2.64 autoconf-archive autotools-dev avahi bash-completion bison bluez byacc bzip2 ca-certificates cairo cdbs### cdebconf chrpath cmake cmocka cpio cracklib2+ cryptsetup cunit cups cups-filters curl cyrus-sasl2 datefudge db-defaults dbus dbus-glib dctrl-toolsP debhelper# desktop-file-utils dh-autoreconf dh-exec dh-python docbook-to-man docbook-utils docbook-xml docbook-xsl dpkg e2fsprogs elfutils expat fam file fontconfig+ fonttools freeglut freetype fuse gamin garcon gawk gconf gdbm gdk-pixbuf gem2deb gengetopt ghostscript glib2.0 glib-networking gnome-common gnome-doc-utils gnome-pkg-tools gnu-efi gobject-introspection gperf gpm gsettings-desktop-schemas gtk+2.0 gtk+3.0 gtk-doc harfbuzz help2man ijs intltool iptables iso-codes java-common javatools# jbigkit json-c json-glib keybinder-3.0 kmod lcms2 less libasyncns libatomic-ops libbsd libcap2 libcap-ng libcroco libdaemon libdatrie libdebian-installer libdrm libepoxy libexif libextutils-depends-perl libextutils-pkgconfig-perl libglade2 libglib-perl libglu libgsf libgudev libgusb libice libidn libidn2-0 libio-string-perl libjpeg-turbo liblocale-gettext-perl libmicrohttpd# libnotify libogg libpaper libpciaccess libpng1.6# libprelude libproxy libpthread-stubs librest libsamplerate libseccomp libselinux libsemanage libsepol libsm# libtextwrap libtimedate-perl libunistring libusb-1.0 libva libvdpau libverto libvorbis libwnck libx11 libxau libxaw libxcb libxcomposite libxcursor libxdamage libxdmcp libxext libxfce4ui libxfce4util libxfcegui4 libxfixes libxi libxinerama libxkbcommon libxkbfile libxklavier libxml2 libxmu libxpm libxrandr libxrender libxres libxshmfence libxt libxtst libxxf86vm linux-base lm-sensors lsb lz4 lzma lzo2 m4 mako mawk meson mozjs mysql-defaults ncurses netbase net-tools network-manager newt orc p11-kit pam patch patchutils pcre3 perl pixman pkg-config popt procps pygobject python3-defaults python-defaults rdfind readline sbc sgmltools-lite sharutils slang2 speex startup-notification symlinks tcl8.6 tcp-wrappers tdb texlive-base time tzdata upower ustr util-linux vala w3m wayland wayland-protocols webrtc-audio-processing x11proto-composite x11proto-damage x11proto-dri2 x11proto-dri3 x11proto-fixes x11proto-gl x11proto-input x11proto-kb x11proto-present x11proto-randr x11proto-record x11proto-render x11proto-resource x11proto-xext x11proto-xf86bigfont x11proto-xinerama x11-xkb-utils x11-xserver-utils xauth xcb-proto xcb-util xfce4-dev-tools xft xkeyboard-config xmlto xmltoman xorg-sgml-doctools xterm xtrans xutils-dev xz-utils## zlib

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