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reproducible icon 128 (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.

ghc-mod deal.ii libqtdbusmock# ruby-markdown-it-html5-embed sambamba node-rollup-plugin-alias unicycler ruby-compass#+ haskell-hmt haskell-simple python-pysam haskell-blogliterately hdbc-odbc psortb sga quorum paleomix kubernetes# spades freebayes seqsero tnseq-transit haskell-cabal-helper canu qcumber txfixtures# pbdagcon ceilometer ipywidgets gammapy libvcflib crac berkshelf# rsem ppx-sexp-conv metaphlan2 ppx-driver ppx-type-conv pymoc sspace edk2 ppx-optcomp ruby-diaspora-federation-rails utopia-documents### srst2 iva xcffib# containerd# pbh5tools fsm-lite salmon tophat ruby-compass-rails# qiime typerep ruby-diaspora-federation# polyorb psychopyP python-pbcommand pycaptcha reapr python-sponge# python-googlecloudapis pbalign ploticus# pbseqlib pkpgcounter pa-structural-sexp pbbarcode ratchet-pawl twig siril rust-rustyline haskell-termonad gcc-xtensa-lx106 utop unanimity rapmap ariba guacamole-server mangler ocaml-re2 trinityrnaseq ocsigenserver ocaml-textutils nurpawiki netpipe nautilus-image-manipulator+ ocaml-ipaddr kineticstools libswe-doc# mhap meta-torch-core-free fceux# janest-core-extended# bioperl-run janest-core### janest-core-kernel# aboot++# gasic giira fitgcp eliom doc-linux-fr+ circlator blasr cross-toolchain-base coinst pluto-lunar artemis racon golang-github-juju-collections smalr minimac4 centrifuge golang-github-juju-testing libseqlib hinge pbgenomicconsensus python-pbcore htseq picard-tools trojan libical-parser-perl plaso node-xmpp ltx libzorpll

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