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mondo 1.1.8, 3 months ago2016-Mar-21MongoDB library for D
dchip 0.1.3, 3 months ago2015-Sep-26dchip is a D2 port of the Chipmunk2D physics library.
mongoschemad 2.5.3, 3 months ago2016-Jan-10MongoDB Schema support
vibe-rcon 1.0.0, 3 months ago2017-Oct-04Source RCON Protocol implementation for vibe.d
metad 0.0.2, 3 months ago2017-Oct-02MetaD compile time compiler.
d-message-box 0.3.0, 3 months ago2017-Sep-29A simple message box for the D programming language
d-progress-dialog 0.3.0, 3 months ago2017-Sep-29A simple progress dialog for the D programming language
unixtime 0.2.1, 3 months ago2016-Aug-09Simple portable wrapper for handling POSIX Time (ie Unix Time)
numir 0.0.7, 4 months ago2017-Mar-04numpy-like API wrappers of mir
opensc 0.15.14, 4 months ago2016-Feb-23Deimos-like binding to libopensc (reduced extend required by external modules [driver/SM])
entitysysd 2.6.2, 4 months ago2015-Jul-17Entity/Component System engine
ddmp 0.0.1-0.dev.3, 4 months ago2014-Jan-14D port of the diff-match-patch library
dext 0.1.3, 4 months ago2017-Apr-24A collection of extensions and utilities for the D programming language.
embd 0.2.1, 4 months ago2013-Mar-06Low-level API for embedding D code into text.
disposable 1.0.1, 4 months ago2017-Sep-24A disposing mechanism like IDisposable in C# and an using guard like the using syntax in C#
openmethods 1.0.0, 4 months ago2017-Jul-19fast, open multi-methods for D
parsed 0.4.3, 4 months ago2017-Jun-20A library for text parsing.
derelict-util 3.0.0-beta.2, 4 months ago2013-Aug-16Cross-platform shared library loader and a number of utility modules used by the Derelict libraries.
derelict-pq 3.0.0-beta.3, 4 months ago2013-Sep-13A dynamic and static binding to libpq.
derelict-physfs 3.0.0-beta.2, 4 months ago2013-Aug-18A dynamic binding to the PhysicsFS library.

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