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Packages in unstable/i386 tested in the last 24h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 4038 packages (12.2% of 33158) failed to build reproducibly in total, 22 (24.4% of 90) of them in the last 24h in unstable/i386:

r-cran-lamw r-bioc-biomart r-bioc-gviz librsync r-cran-dtplyr r-bioc-genomicfeatures r-cran-testthat r-bioc-ensembldb r-cran-luminescence libqtpas inkscape r-bioc-stringdb r-cran-redland gnutls28 lazarus ruby-github-markup notary r-cran-jsonlite halide libvirt unace augeas

reproducible icon 1414 packages (4.3% of 33158) failed to build from source in total, 3 (3.3% of 90) of them in the last 24h in unstable/i386:

dnsdist mpich arc

reproducible icon 206 packages (0.6% of 33158) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 3 (3.3% of 90) of them in the last 24h in unstable/i386:

libgeo-hash-perl libqalculate obs-move-transition

reproducible icon 27291 packages (82.3% of 33158) successfully built reproducibly in total, 59 (65.6% of 90) of them in the last 24h in unstable/i386:

debianutils python-svglib libite debci pullseq jackd2 gqrx-sdr ruby-escape-utils ruby-charlock-holmes ruby-citrus imgui ruby-mini-mime clawsker ruby-rails-html-sanitizer libsys-virt-perl tkgate devscripts ruby-base32 ruby-dotenv ledgersmb freeipmi asterisk dh-php ruby-rubypants ruby-gollum-rugged-adapter ocp media-types android-platform-tools php-console-commandline phpab ddccontrol-db ddccontrol django-q ruby-rbtrace vip-manager python-pyorick ruby-addressable ocsigenserver ruby-loofah ruby-stringex purple-discord libcrypt-openssl-x509-perl ruby-rails-dom-testing libmoosex-types-json-perl libnet-http-perl supysonic reportbug flatlatex golang-github-lestrrat-go-strftime golang-github-lestrrat-go-envload zutty arj pci.ids xgboost golang-github-vmware-vmw-guestinfo libdigest-bcrypt-perl ruby-thrift libbsd ruby-mime-types-data

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