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Packages in unstable/armhf which have been blacklisted

reproducible icon 81 (0.2%) packages which have been blacklisted in unstable/armhf: (If you see packages listed here without a bug filed against them, it 's probably a good idea to file one.)

acl2 agda ben calligra ceph cherrytree chromium codelite commons-math3 cthreadpool cvc4 dbus-cpp docbook-defguide eclipse-wtp eigen3 elektra## firefox firefox-esr freedict gcc-10 gcc-10-cross-ports gcc-11-cross-ports gcc-12-cross-ports gcc-13-cross-ports gcc-9 gcc-9-cross-ports gcc-mingw-w64 gcc-snapshot ghc gmsh golang-github-azure-azure-sdk-for-go grammalecte gr-dab gromacs groovy haskell-gi-gtk lazarus libreoffice libstdc++-arm-none-eabi linux+ magics++ mame mlton mono+ mpqc3 navarp nbdkit netopeer2 networking-mlnx ocaml-dune octave opa-ff openblas openfoam openjdk-11 openjfx openstructure openturns openvswitch paperwork paraview pgocaml polymake psi4 qgis qtwebengine-opensource-src quantlib rustc sagemath scala scipy seqan2 telegram-desktop thunderbird trilinos ufoai-maps unidic-mecab vtk9 wine wpewebkit yade

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