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package set maint_debian-lua in unstable/arm64
The package set maint_debian-lua in unstable/arm64 consists of:
None 3 (2.6%) packages failed to build reproducibly: gnuplot# lua-sandbox luajit
None 2 (1.7%) packages failed to build from source: lua-mode# libguestfs#
None None None None 7 (6.0%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: elektra## lua-torch-torch7 lua-torch-image lua-torch-optim lua-torch-graph lua-torch-trepl lua-torch-xlua
None 105 (89.7%) packages successfully build reproducibly: clod gall golly hamlib hexchat ibus-pinyin lace libmpack-lua lua50 lua5.1 lua5.1-policy lua5.2 lua5.3 lua-ansicolors lua-apr lua-argparse lua-augeas lua-basexx luabind lua-bit32 lua-bitop lua-busted lua-cgi luacheck lua-cjson lua-cliargs lua-compat53 lua-copas lua-cosmo lua-coxpcall lua-cqueues lua-curl lua-cyrussasl lua-dbi lua-discount lua-dkjson lua-doc lua-event lua-expat lua-fifo lua-filesystem lua-geoip lua-iconv lua-inifile lua-inotify lua-json luakit lua-ldap lua-ldoc lua-leg lua-lemock lua-lgi# lua-logging lua-lpeg lua-lpeg-patterns lua-lpty lua-luaossl lua-luassert lua-luv lua-markdown lua-md5 lua-mediator lua-messagepack lua-mmdb lua-nginx-cookie lua-nginx-dns lua-nginx-kafka lua-nginx-memcached lua-nginx-redis lua-nginx-redis-connector lua-nvim lua-orbit lua-penlight lua-posix lua-redis lua-rexlib lua-rings luarocks lua-sandbox-extensions lua-say lua-scrypt lua-sec lua-soap luasocket lua-sql lua-svn lua-system lua-systemd lua-term lua-torch-cwrap lua-torch-dok lua-torch-paths lua-torch-sundown lua-torch-sys lua-trink-cjson lua-unit lua-uri lua-wsapi lua-yaml lua-zip lua-zlib luxio rrdtool supple tongue

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