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intel-intrinsics 1.0.22, a day ago 3.62016-Jul-05The most practical D SIMD solution! Using SIMD intrinsics with Intel syntax with D.
vibe-d-postgresql 2.0.1, a month ago 3.62016-Feb-15PostgreSQL support for Vibe.d
diet-ng 1.5.0, 7 months ago 3.62016-Jan-10Next generation Diet template compiler.
sumtype 0.8.0, a day ago 3.62018-Apr-05A sum type with pattern matching
derelict-assimp3 2.0.0-beta.1, 2 years ago 3.62013-Oct-19A dynamic binding to version 3 of the Assimp library.
fluent-asserts 0.12.3, 6 months ago 3.52017-Apr-03Fluent assertions done right
taggedalgebraic 0.10.12, 3 months ago 3.42015-Aug-13A "tagged union" implementation with transparent operator forwarding.
mir-blas 1.1.4, 14 days ago 3.42017-May-26ndslice wrapper for BLAS
lubeck 1.1.2, 2 months ago 3.42017-May-27High level linear algebra library for Dlang
bloom 1.0.1, 8 months ago 3.42014-Feb-07A basic bloom filter.
botan-math 1.0.3, 3 years ago 3.32015-Nov-06A D Math Library used for Botan
dmarkdown 0.2.2, 3 years ago 3.32014-Dec-24Markdown to HTML processor
asdf 0.4.3, 28 days ago 3.22016-May-02Fast, Expressive, and Easy to use JSON Serialization Library with optional SSE4 Optimization.
dsfml 2.1.1, 3 years ago 3.22013-Nov-19DSFML binding for SFML-The Simple and Fast Multimedia Library
dls 0.21.9, 16 hours ago 3.22018-Mar-21D Language Server
zmqd 1.1.1, 2 years ago 3.22013-Dec-22A safe and convenient wrapper for the ZeroMQ messaging framework
dpp 0.0.9, 2 months ago 3.22018-Apr-09Include C/C++ headers directly in D files
automem 0.4.4, 3 months ago 3.22017-Mar-14Automatic memory management
gl3n 1.3.1, 3 years ago 3.12013-Apr-07OpenGL Maths for D (not glm for D but better).
bindbc-sdl 0.6.1, 21 days ago 3.12018-Oct-18Dynamic and static bindings to SDL2 and its satellite libraries, compatible with -betterC, @nogc, …

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