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dlang_koans 0.0.15, a year ago 1.62014-Dec-07A series of exercises to learn D Programming Language
mir-linux-kernel 1.0.1, a year ago 4.52017-Nov-03Linux system call numbers for different architectures
arff 0.2.0, a year ago 0.32017-Oct-22An ARFF (Attribute Relation File Format) loader.
eve-sde-parser 0.2.0, a year ago 0.32018-Jul-31Parser of the Eve Static Data Export written in D
dopt 0.3.18, a year ago 1.72017-Jul-20A numerical optimisation and deep learning framework
sand 0.0.7, a year ago 0.42018-Mar-11A D interface to sane (Scanner Access Now D)
topleaked 0.0.1, a year ago 0.42018-Jul-29A tool for searching memory leaks in core dumps
stri 0.0.2, a year ago 0.02018-Jul-29string interpolation library
gmp-d 0.1.5, a year ago 1.52017-Jan-23High-level wrapper for GNU MP (GMP)
bamboo-d 0.5.0, a year ago 0.02018-Jun-04An implementation of the Bamboo/DClass format for the D Programming Language.
datacat 0.0.4, a year ago 0.02018-Jul-23Lightweight Datalog engine intended to be embedded in other D programs
alpm-d 0.0.1, a year ago 0.32018-Jul-25D bindings to Pacman's (lib) ALPM
profdump 0.4.3, a year ago 0.72017-May-06Converts profiler output to DOT graph, JSON or human-readable plain text
easyff-d 1.0.9, a year ago 0.22018-Jun-14D bindings of easyFF.
urld 2.1.1, a year ago 3.62015-Nov-27A URL parsing library
d-rlib 0.0.1, a year ago 0.02018-Jul-20A minimal memcpy/memcmp/memset implementation in D
sg3_utils-d 0.0.1, a year ago 0.32018-Jul-20sg3 bindings for D
vibemail 2.0.3, a year ago 1.72015-Sep-29Extensions for vibe's Mail class to send multi-part emails with attachments.
dackson 0.2.0, a year ago 0.02017-Dec-27A library for marshalling/unmarshalling JSON into idiomatic D data structures.
stalkd 1.1.3, a year ago 1.12013-Dec-10Library for interacting with the Beanstalk message queue.

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