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brightproof 2.4.0, 9 months ago 2016-Feb-23Semantic Versioning 2.0.0 library
sodium 0.1.4, 3 months ago 2016-Feb-23Deimos binding to libsodium xor wrapper
opensc 0.15.13, 4 months ago 2016-Feb-23Deimos-like binding to libopensc (reduced extend required by external modules [driver/SM])
nloptd 0.2.1, a year ago 2016-Feb-22A D-style wrapper over libnlopt
libnlopt 0.2.0, a year ago 2016-Feb-22Bindings to nlopt for the D programming language
witchcraft 0.1.9, a year ago 2016-Feb-22Extensions to runtime reflection in D.
subdox 0.1.0, a year ago 2016-Feb-22Generate documentation for an application written in D using DDOX and Jekyll
d-pcg 0.1.0, a year ago 2016-Feb-21D port of the PCG PRNG
docs4d 0.0.1, a year ago 2016-Feb-18External documentation generator for D code.
jsonserialized 0.2.1, 8 months ago 2016-Feb-17JSON serialization library for std_data_json. Easily serialize/deserialize structs to/from a JSONV…
reurl 0.0.2, a year ago 2016-Feb-17A simple URL parsing library with support for combining URLs, including partial URLs
dstatus 0.0.3, 8 months ago 2016-Feb-17A commandline status/progress library for D.
derelict-vulkan 0.0.11, a month ago 2016-Feb-16A dynamic binding to the vulkan api.
vibe-d-postgresql 0.2.23, 24 days ago 2016-Feb-15PostgreSQL support for Vibe.d
dbeaengine 0.7.7, 11 months ago 2016-Feb-15A library to disassemble x86(64) byte code, based on dbeaengine and allowing self-disassembly
sat-gl3n 1.0.1, a year ago 2016-Feb-14A Separating Axis theorem implementation based on gl3n (convex shape collision detection)
colourfulmoon 1.0.2, a year ago 2016-Feb-13Paint you terminal!
xxtea 1.0.0, a year ago 2016-Feb-12XXTEA for D.
henhouse 0.0.2, a year ago 2016-Feb-12Converts your favorite text to a bunch of chickens.
uefi-d 0.0.4, a year ago 2016-Feb-07Bindings for UEFI API (Based on EDK2 2015)

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