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d-tree 0.0.1, a year ago 0.02018-Feb-09Decision tree library for D
d-unit 0.9.0, a year ago 1.92014-Jul-31xUnit Testing Framework for D
d-vulkan 0.3.1, 3 years ago 1.12016-Mar-19Auto-generated D bindings for Vulkan
d-weather-forecast 1.3.0, 2 years ago 0.22017-Sep-08Get weather forecast with the D programming language
d-web-browser-history 1.2.0, 2 years ago 0.02017-Sep-01Get web browser history with the D programming language
d2d 1.6.5, 8 months ago 0.02017-Nov-21A cross-platform framework for 2D graphics. Built with Derelict SDL2.
d2dgame 3.0.0-beta.2, 4 months ago 1.12015-Apr-18D 2D Game-Engine
d2sqlite3 0.18.3, 12 days ago 4.02014-Jan-13A thin wrapper around SQLite 3
d_dataframes 0.0.10, 3 years ago 1.02016-Mar-13DataFrame - Typed and Untyped
d_hdf5 0.3.0, 4 years ago 1.62014-Dec-26HDF5 bindings and wrappers for the D Programming Language.
d_mruby 0.0.2, 4 years ago 0.42015-Apr-18A minimal D application.
d_primes 0.1.0, 3 years ago 0.02016-Sep-10prime numbers neatly packaged as d arrays
d_rss 0.1.4, 4 years ago 0.42015-Jan-04d_rss: D Programming Language bindings for libmRSS: RSS parser/creator
d_simplex 0.0.1, 5 years ago 0.32014-Dec-25Nelder-Mead Simplex for the D Programming Language.
d_swisseph 0.0.1, 5 years ago 0.12014-Dec-25Swiss ephemeris from Astrodienst: wrappers and bindings for the D Programming Language.
d_sysdlog 0.1.3, 4 years ago 0.42015-Jan-06Bindings and high-level wrapper for the systemd journal sd-journal.h
dackson 0.2.0, a year ago 0.02017-Dec-27A library for marshalling/unmarshalling JSON into idiomatic D data structures.
dadt 0.0.61, 4 months ago 0.52018-Jul-25Algebraic Data Type For D
daemonize 0.2.1, 7 months ago 2.52014-Aug-26Library that simplifies creation of daemons for GNU/Linux and services for Windows.
daffodil 0.1.3, 2 years ago 0.32016-Apr-14D Imaging Library

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