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Name Last update Registered Description
cobox-wm 0.0.4, 2 years ago2015-May-28Window Manager fork from DDWM and Fluxbox.
derelict-gles 0.0.1, 2 years ago2015-Jul-19A dynamic binding to the OpenGL ES library.
dmaxminddb 0.1.2, 2 years ago2015-Jun-12A reader library for MaxMind's GeoLite2 databases
smtp 0.3.0, 2 years ago2014-Apr-03Synchronous SMTP library for D language
vibrant-d 0.1.6, 2 years ago2015-Jun-21A tiny Sinatra-like web framework that works on top of vibe.d.
ppyd 0.1.4, 2 years ago2015-Jun-30Pretty API wrapper for pyd
drlutil 1.0.0, 2 years ago2015-Jul-02D port of rlutil.h - A simple utility library for coloring the console
xobj 0.0.1, 2 years ago2015-Jul-02Signal slot architecture
jaypha-inet 0.9.5, 2 years ago2015-Apr-16A struct for sending emails. Includes structures for handling IMF/MIME documents.
derelict-cf 0.0.1, 2 years ago2015-Jun-29A dynamic binding to the OSX CoreFoundation library for the D Programming Language.
safearg 0.9.7, 2 years ago2015-Jun-09Passes a null-delimited list of command line args to a program.
windows-headers 1.0.1, 2 years ago2015-Jun-23windows.h for D
de_window 0.1.3, 2 years ago2014-Nov-07Provides window and OpenGL context creation cross platform.
dub-data-mod 0.9.23-mod.1, 2 years ago2015-Jun-17Temporary fork of dub that includes 'dub describe --data=' feature (until it's merged and released…
dtest 0.2.6, 2 years ago2014-Mar-06Utility to generate main file for unit test registration and running with unit-threaded
minimized 0.1.7, 2 years ago2015-May-19Differential evolution for multidimensional minimization.
d-option 0.0.7, 2 years ago2014-Jun-23Yet another Option/Maybe implementation in D
nbtd 1.0.1, 2 years ago2015-Jun-06A lightweight NBT decoding/encoding library
tinyendian 0.1.2, 2 years ago2014-Aug-06Lightweight endianness handling library
cybuf 1.0.0, 2 years ago2015-Jun-03A circular buffer

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