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reproducible icon 129 (0.4%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

shim-signed node-require-inject threadweaver python-x3dh bpftrace haskell-cborg-json python-gffutils node-rollup-plugin-alias python-sqt hdbc-odbc haskell-termonad deal.ii libpmemobj-cpp ovito#+ sambamba haskell-blogliterately pbseqlib unicycler haskell-hmt haskell-simple boogie pbdagcon gnuift libmaxmind-db-reader-xs-perl python-pybedtools libnet-works-perl bcbio unanimity psortb quorum edk2 python-pysam ghc-mod pluginhook paleomix monotone+ rng-tools pa-structural-sexp ocaml-ipaddr ocsigenserver libswe-doc# pbalign pycaptcha ocaml-textutils janest-core-extended# lambda-term nurpawiki mhap janest-core-kernel# janest-core### libgnome-keyring# libg15render kineticstools coinst meta-torch-core-free giira htseq gasic doc-linux-fr+ ikvm eliom fceux# fitgcp minimac4 golang-github-juju-collections blasr cross-toolchain-base hinge smalr centrifuge aboot++# libseqlib racon sga qcumber kubernetes# guacamole-server tnseq-transit boinc-app-eah-brp freebayes seqsero canu txfixtures# ariba spades haskell-cabal-helper crac ppx-optcomp berkshelf# rapmap metaphlan2 rsem libvcflib ppx-driver ppx-sexp-conv pbh5tools ppx-type-conv srst2 sspace trinityrnaseq fsm-lite iva containerd# zorp+ xcffib# reapr typerep utop utopia-documents### python-sponge# tophat ploticus# salmon python-pbcommand python-googlecloudapis python-pbcore psychopyP polyorb pbbarcode pbgenomicconsensus ocaml-re2 bugs-everywhere+ golang-github-juju-testing golang-github-bradfitz-http2 golang-github-containerd-go-cni dafny# mirtop node-regenerate-unicode-properties node-regexpu-core

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