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dvorm 0.4.4, 2 years ago 2013-Dec-30An orm for D with Vibe support.
fileslurp ~master, 3 years ago 2013-Dec-27structured text files loading library
apn-d ~master, 6 months ago 2013-Dec-27Apple Push Notification (apn) service for D using vibe.d (roughly based on node-apn)
thrift 1.0.0-dev-patch-20…, 3 years ago 2013-Dec-26Thrift bindings for D
action-pack ~master, 3 years ago 2013-Dec-24A router and controller implemenation for use with vibe.d
zmqd 1.1.0, a year ago 2013-Dec-22A safe and convenient wrapper for the ZeroMQ messaging framework
proper-d 0.0.2, a year ago 2013-Dec-20A simple library for reading simple property files.
derelict_extras-purple ~master, 3 years ago 2013-Dec-20Dynamic bindings to (lib)purple for the D Programming Language.
derelict_extras-glib ~master, 3 years ago 2013-Dec-20Dynamic bindings to glib-2.0 for the D Programming Language.
derelict-il 2.0.0-beta.1, 2 months ago 2013-Dec-18A dynamic binding to the DevIL library.
derelict-vorbis 2.0.0-beta.2, 11 days ago 2013-Dec-12A dynamic binding to libvorbis.
derelict-ogg 2.0.0-beta.1, 2 months ago 2013-Dec-12A dynamic binding to libogg.
stalkd ~master, 4 years ago 2013-Dec-10Library for interacting with the Beanstalk message queue.
derelict-lua 2.0.0-beta.2, 12 days ago 2013-Dec-08A dynamic binding to the Lua scripting language library.
ddb 0.2.6, 6 months ago 2013-Dec-08Asynchronous Postgresql Binding
diggler 0.2.1, 2 years ago 2013-Dec-06IRC bot framework
dirk 0.2.0, 2 years ago 2013-Dec-06Standard-compliant, high-performance IRC library
gcm-d 0.1.0, 8 months ago 2013-Dec-06Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) for D (using vibe.d)
std_event ~master, 3 years ago 2013-Dec-03A .Net inspired event library implementation for D.
vibe_recaptcha 1.0.0, 4 years ago 2013-Dec-03Implementation of Google's reCAPTCHA service in Vibe.d

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