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dlist 1.0.1, 7 months ago 0.32019-May-18Implementation of lists in D, like Java ArrayList
metad 0.1.1, 7 months ago 0.42017-Oct-02MetaD compile time compiler.
cpublit 0.3.2, 7 months ago 1.22018-Apr-04Drawing and image composing library.
mediainfo-d 0.0.4, 7 months ago 0.42019-Jan-06D language bindings for then libmediainfo library.
datapak 0.1.0-beta, 7 months ago 0.62019-May-09Data file archival with multiple options for compression
dunkelheit 1.0.1, 7 months ago 0.02018-May-28Programming Contest Library.
openssl 2.0.1+1.1.0h, 7 months ago 4.82013-Apr-27Deimos bindings for the OpenSSL cryptographic library
memoize 3.2.9, 7 months ago 0.52019-Mar-25Memoize struct or class properties.
tuple-modifiers 0.1.1, 7 months ago 0.32019-May-04Modify tuple modifiers.
bindbc-zstandard 0.2.2, 7 months ago 0.42019-Jan-02Configurable dynamic and static binding to Facebook's zstandard compression library.
dscord 1.0.0-beta.1, 7 months ago 2.22016-May-18discord client library
xlsxio-d 0.1.5, 7 months ago 0.92019-May-05Bindings for xlsxio Excel reader/writer library
undead 1.0.10, 7 months ago 2.22014-Dec-01Obsolete Phobos modules, back from the dead
qscript 0.6.3, 7 months ago 1.52016-Nov-27a tiny, small, & fast scripting lang.
networkd 0.1.2, 7 months ago 0.42017-Jul-14A simple networking library based.socket
riverd-lua 1.0.3, 8 months ago 1.52019-Feb-15Dynamic and static D bindings for Lua scripting language library
riverd-loader 1.0.2, 8 months ago 1.72019-Apr-30A cross-platform betterC compatible shared library loader for D bindings
nullablestore 2.1.0, 8 months ago 0.42019-Mar-29A Nullable that does not actually much
dimgui 1.0.3, 8 months ago 1.92018-Nov-05dimgui is a D port of the imgui OpenGL GUI library
dstep 1.0.1, 8 months ago 2.22014-Jan-21A tool for translating C and Objective-C headers to D modules

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