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Name Last update Score Registered Description
automem 0.3.1, 4 days ago 3.52017-Mar-14Automatic memory management
autowrap 0.0.3, 15 days ago 0.72018-Apr-18Wrap existing D code for use in other languages
avgtime 0.5.0, 4 years ago 2.32014-Nov-10Like unix 'time' command, but with repetitions, median, std deviation.
awebview 0.9.1, 3 years ago 1.32015-Mar-14Awesomium wrapper and WebView GUI library for D programming language.
aws-d-metadata 0.0.1, 4 years ago 0.42014-Jul-28Library to fetch meta data of an ec2 instance from within a vide.d application.
awslambda_d 0.0.20, 2 years ago 0.82016-Mar-13Run D processes on Amazon AWS Lambda
backtrace-d 0.1.2, 2 years ago 3.62013-Nov-07Provides a pretty backtrace for D applications running under Linux
bancho-irc 0.4.1, 4 days ago 0.32018-Feb-17osu! IRC & multiplayer lobby management library using vibe.d
barcode 0.6.0, 22 days ago 1.72017-Apr-07Bar code generators (EAN13, CODE39, CODE128, QrCode)
base32 0.1.0, 3 years ago 0.12015-Apr-24RFC 4648 base32 encoding / decoding.
batch-engine 0.0.2, 4 years ago 2.02013-Dec-01An educational 2D Game Engine ECS based.
battery-d 0.0.2, a year ago 0.42017-Feb-19Simple way to get battery info
baussini 0.0.2, 3 years ago 0.42015-Jan-23Advanced, simple to use, thread-safe by choice inifile wrapper.
bdb2d 5.3.28, 9 months ago 0.32016-Sep-29BerkeleyDB to D bindings.
bdd 1.3.0, 9 months ago 0.42017-Feb-21Behavior Driven Development for the D programming language
bearlibterminal 1.5.5, 2 months ago 1.52017-Feb-14D bindings to the wonderful BearLibTerminal.
bed 0.0.5, 4 years ago 0.42014-Jul-31Small BDD testing framework for D.
behaviortree 0.5.0, 11 months ago 0.42017-Apr-25This models the components of a behaviour tree
bencode 1.0.1, a year ago 0.42017-Apr-16bencode parser/deserializer and serializer
bessel 3.1.6, 3 years ago 0.32014-Dec-25R bessel functions

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