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package set maint_pkg-openstack in unstable/arm64
The package set maint_pkg-openstack in unstable/arm64 consists of 39 packages:
None 0 (0.0%) packages failed to build reproducibly:
None 39 (100.0%) packages successfully build reproducibly: fonts-roboto-fontface jerasure librarian-puppet-simple python-git-os-job python-jenkins python-xstatic-angular python-xstatic-angular-bootstrap python-xstatic-angular-cookies python-xstatic-angular-fileupload python-xstatic-angular-gettext python-xstatic-angular-lrdragndrop python-xstatic-angular-mock python-xstatic-angular-schema-form python-xstatic-bootstrap-scss python-xstatic-bootswatch python-xstatic-d3 python-xstatic-font-awesome python-xstatic-hogan python-xstatic-jasmine python-xstatic-jquery.bootstrap.wizard python-xstatic-jquery-migrate python-xstatic-jquery.quicksearch python-xstatic-jquery.tablesorter python-xstatic-jquery-ui python-xstatic-jsencrypt python-xstatic-magic-search python-xstatic-objectpath python-xstatic-qunit python-xstatic-rickshaw python-xstatic-roboto-fontface python-xstatic-smart-table python-xstatic-spin python-xstatic-term.js python-xstatic-tv4 pyzabbix ruby-cstruct ruby-raemon ruby-rethtool ruby-symboltable

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