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There are 1 known problems for packages maintained by vini@aur
There are 12 total package(s) for 12 distinct project(s) known.
caneda, gendev, odio, opendocman, python:htsql, python:htsql-pgsql, python:pykcs11, python:stoq-kiwi, python:stoqdrivers, python:storm, stoq, stoq-server