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unit-threaded 0.10.2, 11 days ago 4.92013-Nov-13Advanced multi-threaded unit testing framework with minimal to no boilerplate using built-in unitt…
xlsx 0.0.8, 11 days ago 0.92017-Oct-09Simple XLSX file parser.
influx-d 0.3.2, 11 days ago 2.62017-Apr-21InfluxDB wrapper
libclang 0.1.9, 11 days ago 2.32018-Mar-07libclang bindings / wrappers for D
dalicious 1.1.0, 11 days ago 0.02019-Jul-04General purpose utility suite with a tendency towards genome assembly.
darg-plus 1.0.0, 11 days ago 0.02019-Jul-04Robust command line argument parsing for D plus useful extensions.
xlsxd 2.2.0, 12 days ago 1.72018-Nov-07A thin wrapper around libxlsx to write excel spreadsheets
mir-runtime 0.0.23, 12 days ago 3.12018-Oct-20Dlang @nogc runtime infrastructure for simple, slim, and fast code.
siryul 0.5.5, 12 days ago 0.42018-Oct-16A simple multi-format serialization library.
mongoschemad 3.1.1, 12 days ago 1.22016-Jan-10MongoDB Schema support
webidl-grammar 0.0.8, 13 days ago 0.42019-Jan-04WebIDL grammar using pegged.
rpui 0.0.1-alpha.1, 13 days ago 0.82019-Jul-02Simulator
jsonwrap 1.0.2, 13 days ago 1.52016-Mar-02Just a simple wrap over dlang std.json
dub 1.16.0, 14 days ago 4.92013-Jan-14Package manager for D packages
riverd-ncurses 1.0.3, 14 days ago 1.52019-Apr-30Dynamic and static D bindings for ncurses library
bindbc-nuklear 0.2.0, 14 days ago 4.02019-Jan-28Dynamic and static bindings to nuklear, compatible with -betterC, @nogc, and nothrow.
gapi 0.0.1-alpha.2, 14 days ago 0.42018-Nov-18Simple data oriented graphics api for OpenGL.
pp 0.0.64, 15 days ago 0.52018-Jun-15The base library of the polyplex engine. (Heavily WIP, non-idiomatic)
localrest 0.2.0, 15 days ago 0.82019-Jan-15A library to allow integration testing of vibe.web.rest based code
antlr-d 1.6.2, 15 days ago 2.32018-Jun-27ANTLR4 runtime library

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