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gtk-d 3.7.3, 4 hours ago2013-Oct-05GtkD is the Digital Mars D programing language OO wrapper for Gtk+.
mir-algorithm 0.8.0-alpha1, 10 hours ago2017-Jan-05Multidimensional arrays (ndslice), ranges, iterators, and algorithms for Dlang
d2d 1.0.8, 15 hours ago2017-Nov-21A cross-platform framework for 2D graphics. Built with Derelict SDL2.
yatol 0.0.1-alpha.4, 18 hours ago2017-May-15YATOL is Yet Another TOy Language
buffer 0.1.15, 22 hours ago2017-Oct-17A protocol buffer & RPC library
cryption 0.1.1, 22 hours ago2017-Aug-17A D Library of encryption, decryption(3DES, AES, TEA, RSA...), encode, hash, and message digital s…
d2dgame 2.1.1, 22 hours ago2015-Apr-18D 2D Game-Engine
selery 0.0.1-build.77, a day ago2017-Dec-15Server for Minecraft (Bedrock Engine) and Minecraft: Java Edition
sel-utils 1.4.1, a day ago2017-Mar-28Automatically generated libraries for Minecraft and Minecraft: Pocket Edition
sel-hncom 5.0.0, a day ago2017-Jul-17The hub-node communication protocol for Minecraft servers
libdtasks 0.0.2, a day ago2017-Dec-12A minimal tasking D library
mysql-native 1.2.0, a day ago2012-May-19A native MySQL driver implementation based on Steve Teale's original
ae 0.0.2060, a day ago2014-Nov-19CyberShadow's ArmageddonEngine utilites for almost everything
kdtree-diddiz 0.2.0-alpha, 2 days ago2017-Dec-11A k-dimensional tree implementation for D.
iyzipay-d 0.3.0, 2 days ago2017-Dec-14A minimal D application.
datefmt 1.0.1, 2 days ago2017-May-14Datetime parsing and formatting
cyclic 0.1.0, 2 days ago2017-Dec-14fixed memory @nogc array implementation with high efficiency putBack & putFront
dub 1.7.0-alpha.1, 3 days ago2013-Jan-14Package manager for D packages
accessors 1.2.0, 3 days ago2016-Dec-09D getter/setter generator
vibe-d 0.8.3-alpha.1, 4 days ago2013-Jan-17Event driven web and concurrency framework

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