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Testing removal summary 2019-12-13 (Friday)

The following source package(s) have been removed from testing:

  REMOVED: diet-ng 1.5.0-1
    Bug #944626: diet-ng FTBFS on armhf: gdc: error: unrecognized command line option â??-mainâ??; did you mean â??-Wmainâ???

  REMOVED: lilypond 2.19.81+really-2.18.2-13
    # 941537,945889

  REMOVED: ruby-hpricot 0.8.6-6
    Package not in unstable

  REMOVED: solfege 3.23.4-6
    # 941537,945889 in lilypond

  REMOVED: torbirdy 0.2.6-2
    # 20191212
    Bug #945456: xul-ext-torbirdy: Torbirdy is incompatible with Thunderbird > 60
    # torbirdy will prevent migration of thunderbird due to upper limit, speed up autoremoval

The following package(s) appear to have valid removal hints,
but are still in testing for some reason:

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: hfsutils 3.2.6-14
    Bug #941712: hfs partitions corrupted when removing lots of files over network

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: python-easydev 0.9.37-1
    Bug #937720: python-easydev: Python2 removal in sid/bullseye

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: rust-chrono 0.4.7-1
    Bug #943868: rust-chrono: issues in d/copyright

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: rust-globset 0.4.4-1
    Bug #942243: dh-cargo breaks rust-globset autopkgtest

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: rust-md5 0.3.8-1
    Bug #935911: librust-uuid+md5-dev/amd64 unsatisfiable Depends: librust-md5-0.6+default-dev

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: rust-memoffset 0.2.1-1
    Bug #936025: CVE-2019-15553

The script that generates this mail tries to extract removal
reasons from comments in the britney hint files. Those comments
were not originally meant to be machine readable, so if the
reason for removing your package seems to be nonsense, it is
probably the reporting script that got confused. Please check the
actual hints file before you complain about meaningless removals.

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