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package set maint_pkg-android-tools-devel in unstable/i386
The package set maint_pkg-android-tools-devel in unstable/i386 consists of 36 packages:
None 3 (8.3%) packages failed to build reproducibly: android-platform-external-boringssl libscout android-platform-external-libunwind
None 4 (11.1%) packages failed to build from source: android-framework-23 android-platform-tools-base+ android-platform-external-doclava golang-android-soong
None 29 (80.6%) packages successfully build reproducibly: android-androresolvd android-platform-art android-platform-build android-platform-build-kati android-platform-dalvik android-platform-development android-platform-external-jsilver android-platform-external-libselinux android-platform-external-nist-sip android-platform-external-rappor android-platform-frameworks-base android-platform-frameworks-data-binding android-platform-frameworks-native android-platform-libcore android-platform-libnativehelper android-platform-system-core android-platform-system-extras android-platform-system-tools-aidl android-platform-system-tools-hidl android-platform-tools-analytics-library android-platform-tools-apksig android-sdk-helper android-sdk-meta apktool dummydroid enjarify golang-github-google-blueprint libsmali-java mini-soong

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