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package set xfce_build-depends in unstable/armhf
The package set xfce_build-depends in unstable/armhf consists of:
None 57 (16.9%) packages failed to build reproducibly: autogen libogg libpaper pkg-config pixman graphite2 libjpeg-turbo dejagnu libgcrypt20 libical3# libdebian-installer sqlite3 cdebconf systemtap orc groff freebsd-glue valgrind webrtc-audio-processing cyrus-sasl2 fonttools graphviz# googletest libsoxr apparmor exo apache2 gettext texi2html doxygen xorg-server curl libtool## flex python3-stdlib-extensions fam openssl kconfig colord# fftw3 jack-audio-connection-kit lirc pygobject pulseaudio libffi speex mysql-5.7 tcl8.6 alsa-lib postgresql-11 nettle poppler binutils gmp python-stdlib-extensions readline cups-filters
None 8 (2.4%) packages failed to build from source: umockdev# glibc elfutils libprelude at-spi2-core meson perl icu
None None None None 4 (1.2%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: webkit2gtk linux cython gcc-8
None 269 (79.6%) packages successfully build reproducibly: acl adwaita-icon-theme api-sanity-checker asciidoc atk1.0 at-spi2-atk attr audit autoconf2.64 autoconf-archive autoconf-dickey automake-1.16 autotools-dev avahi bash-completion bc bison bluez byacc bzip2 ca-certificates cairo cdbs check chrpath cmake cmocka cpio cracklib2P cryptsetup cunit cups cvs datefudge db5.3 db-defaults dbus dbus-glib dbus-python dctrl-tools# debhelper desktop-file-utils dh-autoreconf dh-exec dh-python dist docbook docbook2x docbook-to-man docbook-utils docbook-xml docbook-xsl dpkg d-shlibs dwz e2fsprogs expat file flac fontconfig+ fonts-cantarell freeglut freetype fribidi fuse gamin garcon gawk gcc-defaults gconf gdbm gdk-pixbuf gedit gem2deb gengetopt ghostscript glib2.0 glib-networking gnome-common gnome-doc-utils gnome-pkg-tools gnu-efi gnupg2 gnutls28 gobject-introspection gperf gpm gsettings-desktop-schemas gtk+2.0 gtk+3.0 harfbuzz heimdal help2man icu-le-hb ijs intltool iptables iso-codes java-common javatools jbigkit jetring json-c json-glib keybinder-3.0 keyutils kmod krb5 lcms2 less libasyncns libatomic-ops libbsd libcap2 libcap-ng libcroco libdaemon libdatrie libdrm libepoxy libexif libextutils-depends-perl libextutils-pkgconfig-perl libglade2 libglib-perl libglu libgpg-error libgudev libgusb libice libidn libidn2 libimobiledevice liblocale-gettext-perl libmicrohttpd libnotify libpng1.6 libproxy libpsl libpthread-stubs librest libsamplerate libseccomp libselinux libsemanage libsepol libsm# libsndfile libsoup2.4# libtasn1-6 libtextwrap libthai libunistring liburi-perl libusb-1.0 libverto libvorbis libwnck libx11 libxau libxaw libxcb libxcomposite libxcursor libxdamage libxdmcp libxext libxfce4ui libxfce4util libxfcegui4 libxfixes libxi libxinerama libxkbcommon libxkbfile libxklavier libxml2 libxml-parser-perl libxmu libxpm libxrandr libxrender libxres libxslt libxt libxtst libzstd linux-base lsb lz4 lzma lzo2 m4 mawk mesa mozjs52 mysql-defaults nasm ncurses netbase net-tools network-manager newt ninja-build nss-wrapper openldap p11-kit pam pango1.0 patch patchutils pcre3 php-defaults po4a po-debconf policykit-1 popt procps python3-defaults python-defaults quilt rdfind ruby-ronn sane-backends sbc sgmltools-lite shared-mime-info sharutils slang2 socat softhsm2 startup-notification swig symlinks systemd tcltk-defaults tcp-wrappers tdb texinfo texlive-extra tiff time tzdata unbound upower util-linux vala w3m wayland wayland-protocols x11-xkb-utils x11-xserver-utils xauth xcb-proto xcb-util xfce4-dev-tools xfce4-panel xfconf xft xkeyboard-config xmlto xmltoman xorgproto xorg-sgml-doctools xterm xtrans xutils-dev xz-utils zlib

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