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alsa-lib 1.0.1+1.0.27.2, 2 years ago 0.72016-Jan-24Deimos Bindings for ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) library.
judy 1.0.1, 2 years ago 1.12015-Nov-15Judy Arrays - efficient sparse arrays - bindings/wrappers for the D Programming Language
subscribed 1.6.1, 2 years ago 0.62015-Jun-29A minimalistic library providing eventing-related structures.
nat-opener 0.2.0, 2 years ago 1.12016-May-21Allows a server to listen on the specified port when behind a router.
d-vulkan 0.3.1, 2 years ago 1.62016-Mar-19Auto-generated D bindings for Vulkan
d-base58 0.1.0, 2 years ago 0.32016-May-17ported from java
dotenv 0.1.1, 2 years ago 1.02016-May-12dotenv implementation for D. Simplifies handling environment variables.
dxorshift 0.1.0, 2 years ago 0.32016-May-15Random number generators from the extended Xorshift family
dcoincoin 2.4.0, 2 years ago 0.42015-Jan-27A D tribune client
archive 0.6.0, 2 years ago 0.82014-Jul-29An archive library that supports zip, tar, and targz written entirely in D (with underlying gz imp…
harbored 0.1.1, 2 years ago 1.32016-May-10Documentation generator for D code
draklib 1.0.3, 2 years ago 0.42016-May-01A RakNet networking library for the D language.
objective-gl 0.0.2, 2 years ago 1.42016-Apr-23High-level & thin OpenGL Wrapper/Helper.
ddmd 0.0.7, 2 years ago 1.72015-Jan-04DMD Compiler Frontend
inid 0.1.0, 2 years ago 0.32016-May-05A library for parsing config files
tweetnacl 0.0.1, 2 years ago 0.42016-May-03D port of tweetnacl
henhouse 0.0.2, 2 years ago 0.52016-Feb-12Converts your favorite text to a bunch of chickens.
state-machine 0.1.0, 2 years ago 0.92016-May-01Turn types into state machines.
backtrace-d 0.1.2, 2 years ago 1.92013-Nov-07Provides a pretty backtrace for D applications running under Linux
dmarkdown 0.2.2, 2 years ago 2.12014-Dec-24Markdown to HTML processor

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