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oculus-d-rift 0.1.0, 4 years ago 1.72014-Mar-13A D binding to the Oculus Rift API.
ods 0.0.1, 5 months ago 0.32018-Jul-01D library to parse ODS (OpenDocument Spreadsheet) files
office365-d 0.2.0, a year ago 0.72017-Jan-11Office 365 REST API written in D
ogl_gen 1.0.0, a year ago 1.12017-May-27A minimal D application.
ons-data 0.0.3, 2 years ago 0.42016-Apr-20Template based D-library for handling bidǵ data in table structures
onyx-config 2.0.11, 2 months ago 1.42014-Feb-14Configuration data processing in run-time.
onyx-log 1.3.9, 2 months ago 1.82015-Apr-16logging library for D.
onyx-serial 0.5.0, 2 years ago 1.32015-Nov-19Serial port interface by D
open-api 0.1.1, 5 months ago 1.72018-Apr-03An OpenApi implementation for D.
opencl 1.1.4, a year ago 1.02014-Dec-09D binding for OpenCL cl.h
opengl 1.0.0, a year ago 0.32017-May-31Dynamic & Static OpenGL bindings with documentation generated from the spec using ogl_gen
openldap 0.0.2, 3 years ago 0.52015-Dec-26openldap minimal binding
openmethods 1.1.1, 7 months ago 2.32017-Jul-19fast, open multi-methods for D
opensc 0.18.0-beta.4, 5 months ago 0.42016-Feb-23Deimos-like binding to libopensc (reduced extend required by external modules [driver/SecureMessag…
openssl 1.1.6+1.0.1g, a year ago 4.92013-Apr-27Deimos bindings for the OpenSSL cryptographic library
openweatherd 1.0.0, a year ago 0.22017-Jun-22A D library to work with weather information and forecast data provided by Open Weather Map.
openwebif-client-d 0.1.6, a year ago 0.72017-Jan-02openwebif interface written in dlang using vibe.d
optional 0.7.4, 24 days ago 2.92018-Feb-25An optional/maybe type with safe dispatchingrange semantics
opus 1.0.0, a year ago 0.12016-Aug-13Opus Bindings
orange 2.0.1, 5 months ago 2.12016-Jul-15Orange is a serialization library for the D programming language

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