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dyaml-yamlserialized 0.6.0, 2 years ago 0.32016-Dec-10YAML parser and emitter
dynamic 0.9.4, 6 months ago 0.92017-Oct-15Generates dynamic bindings from static bindings at compile time
dython 0.1.0, a year ago 0.32017-Aug-11D code preprocessor that adds significant whitespace support.
dzmq ~master, 5 years ago 0.02013-Nov-23A D wrapper around the ZeroMQ C bindings
easing 2.2.3, a year ago 1.42016-Jun-07A library that add flavor to motion in D programming language.
east_asian_width 1.0.0, a year ago 0.62017-Mar-25Unicode library for getting East Asian Width property
easyd 0.3.0, 4 hours ago 0.52018-May-07Extension to the D standard library to make coding easier
easyenum 1.0.0, 3 years ago 0.52015-Nov-30Functions for easily handling long enum operations.
easyff-d 1.0.9, 23 days ago 0.22018-Jun-14D bindings of easyFF.
easymeshed 0.0.5, 2 years ago 0.62016-Oct-20D implementation of easyMesh
ecoji-d 1.0.1, 5 months ago 0.32018-Mar-13Encodes and decodes data as emojis
elasticsearch-d 1.0.7, 2 years ago 1.52016-Jan-31A D Elasticsearch library with an API similar to the official Elasticsearch packages for other lan…
elf-d 0.2.4, a month ago 1.72014-Aug-02A library to introspect elf binaries
elfhook 0.2.0, 2 years ago 0.72016-May-27monkey patching for shared object.
elo-rating-d 1.0.0, 4 years ago 0.62013-Nov-03ELO rating system in D
embaked 0.1.8, 3 months ago 1.92015-Apr-09HTML baking library
embd 0.2.1, 11 months ago 1.72013-Mar-06Low-level API for embedding D code into text.
emerald 0.0.2, 2 months ago 0.32018-Jun-18Command-line tool for generating files from templates, scaffolding, generic shell command-passing …
emsi_containers 0.8.0-alpha.9, 2 months ago 4.82016-Jan-14Containers that use Phobos' experimental allocators
endovena 0.3.4, a year ago 1.82014-Oct-18Simple D Dependency Injection Framework

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