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evael 0.0.2, 4 months ago 0.72019-Apr-18Small game engine written in D.
hunt-jwt 0.1.0-beta.1, 3 months ago 0.72019-Oct-11A Simple D implementation of JSON Web Tokens
uninode 0.0.2-beta.1, 6 months ago 0.72018-Aug-23Universal node with application
inilike 1.1.0, 3 years ago 0.62015-Jun-01Parsing .ini-like files used in Freedesktop systems
de_window 0.1.3, 5 years ago 0.62014-Nov-07Provides window and OpenGL context creation cross platform.
mir-pybuffer 0.2.0, 2 years ago 0.62018-Apr-02mir-numpy connection example
capstone-d 2.1.0, 7 months ago 0.62018-Oct-18D bindings for the Capstone disassembly framework
img4d 1.3.2, a month ago 0.62018-Dec-25PNG decoder/encoder in Dlang.
hunt-xml 1.0.0-rc.1, a month ago 0.62019-Dec-05A xml parsing library for D programming language.
bin2d 0.2.1, 4 years ago 0.62016-Dec-15A tool that enables files to be compiled into an executable and extracted at startup.
openwebif-client-d 0.1.6, 3 years ago 0.62017-Jan-02openwebif interface written in dlang using vibe.d
mail 0.4.2, 3 years ago 0.62015-Oct-17Synchronous POP3/SMTP Library
sdlraii 2.0.0, 11 months ago 0.62018-Mar-01A simple RAII wrapper for SDL library.
jsonserialized 0.2.1, 4 years ago 0.62016-Feb-17JSON serialization library for std_data_json. Easily serialize/deserialize structs to/from a JSONV…
elfhook 0.2.0, 4 years ago 0.62016-May-27monkey patching for shared object.
nukleard 0.0.2, 4 years ago 0.62016-Jun-23D interface of nukclear
terrain-generator-d 1.1.0, 2 years ago 0.62018-Jun-11Basic terrain generator written in D language.
nanovg-d 1.0.0, 5 years ago 0.62015-Dec-17NanoVG porting for D
d-bloombergapi 0.0.0, 6 years ago 0.62014-Dec-25Bloomberg API for the D Programming Language.
unixtime 0.2.3, a month ago 0.62016-Aug-09Simple portable wrapper for handling POSIX Time (ie Unix Time)

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