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Name Last update Score Registered Description
dango 0.0.1-beta.2, 10 months ago 1.02017-Jun-19The library for constructing applications.
darg 0.0.4, 2 years ago 2.32016-Jan-11D command line argument parser.
darjeeling 0.3.0, 2 years ago 0.32016-May-20A library for functional data types in D.
darray 0.0.2, 9 months ago 0.62017-Sep-21A double ended growable array
dash 0.12.0-beta2, 4 years ago 2.52014-Apr-03A free and open 3D game engine written in D.
data-mnist 1.0.0, 7 months ago 0.32017-Nov-25Download MNIST dataset.
database 0.1.3, 11 days ago 3.62016-May-25Database abstraction layer for D programing language, support PostgreSQL / MySQL / SQLite.
datadogd 0.1.0, 3 years ago 0.32015-Oct-11A library for using Datadog API
datefmt 1.0.2, 6 months ago 0.52017-May-14Datetime parsing and formatting
dateparser 3.0.0, 2 years ago 2.62016-Mar-07Library for parsing randomly formatted date strings
datetimeformat 0.1.0, 2 years ago 0.02016-Nov-11A DateTime formatting library for D
dauth 0.6.3, a year ago 2.72014-Apr-06Authentication utility for systems based on salted password hashes.
db_constraints 0.0.7, 3 years ago 0.02015-Oct-12SQL db constraints for your classes.
dbal 0.0.10, 6 months ago 1.02017-Aug-24Database Abstraction Layer, can construct SQL statements.
dbc 1.1.1, 8 days ago 3.02017-Jul-15Lightweight native MySQL/MariaDB driver
dbeaengine 0.7.9, 4 months ago 1.02016-Feb-15A library to disassemble x86(64) byte code, based on beaengine and allowing self-disassembly
dcad 1.0.0, a year ago 0.42016-May-04dca d implementation
dcaptcha 1.0.0, 4 months ago 1.02018-Feb-02CAPTCHA for D programmers
dcd 0.9.9, 5 days ago 4.92016-Jan-14The D Completion Daemon is an auto-complete program for the D programming language
dcheck 0.1.0, 4 years ago 0.52014-Mar-27Library for generating random data sets and automated checking of test constraints

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