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package set maint_pkg-grass-devel in unstable/i386
The package set maint_pkg-grass-devel in unstable/i386 consists of:
None 22 (15.7%) packages failed to build reproducibly: mapnik proj ossim savi gdal hdf5 sfcgal gmt libcitygml libkml qgis openlayers osgearth ruby-narray-miss routino pktools postgis nco grass ogdi-dfsg mapserver python-geopandas
None 8 (5.7%) packages failed to build from source: rtklib pyorbital merkaartor otb pywps qlandkartegt pdal mapnik-vector-tile
None 110 (78.6%) packages successfully build reproducibly: avce00 cftime dans-gdal-scripts debian-gis e00compr epr-api fiona freexl geographiclib geolinks geos gmt-dcw gmt-gshhg gpsprune gpx2shp h5utils imposm imposm-parser jmapviewer josm jts libepsilon libgdal-grass libgeo-proj4-perl libgeo-shapelib-perl libgeotiff-dfsg libgrits liblas libosm-gary68-perl librasterlite2 librttopo libterralib mapbox-geometry mapbox-variant mapbox-vector-tile mapbox-wagyu mapcode mapproxy mgrs mipp mkgmap mkgmapgui mkgmap-splitter modestmaps-js modestmaps-py netcdf4-python netcdf-cxx netcdf-cxx-legacy netcdf-fortran nik4 node-leaflet-formbuilder node-leaflet-hash node-quickselect node-rbush openstreetmap-carto osm2pgrouting osm2pgsql osmcoastline osmctools osm-gps-map osmium-tool osmosis owslib pg-comparator pgrouting pgsql-ogr-fdw php-geos postgis-java pprepair prepair proj4js protozero pycoast pyepr pykdtree pyosmium pyresample pyshp pyspatialite python-affine python-cartopy python-click-plugins python-cligj python-descartes python-geojson python-mapnik python-mpop python-osmapi python-pdal python-pyproj python-rtree python-shapely python-snuggs python-stetl rasterio readosm rel2gpx ruby-hdfeos5 ruby-netcdf saga shapelib sosi2osm spatialindex spatialite spatialite-gui spatialite-tools thuban tilecache tilestache totalopenstation

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