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Name Last update Score Registered Description
bindbc-jsl 1.0.0, 3 days ago 0.42020-Jul-01JoyShockLibrary binding for D.
foxid 0.0.22, 3 days ago 0.62020-Jun-292D framework
timed 0.0.2, 6 days ago 0.42020-Jun-28A simple timer utility
dub-package-collector 0.1.0, 8 days ago 0.52020-Jun-26Collects source code files of dub package and relevant dependencies.
grpc-d-interop 0.0.1, 9 days ago 0.42020-Jun-25A minimal layer to help interfacing between C and D for gRPC
grpc-d-core 0.0.1, 9 days ago 0.02020-Jun-25gRPC for DLang
beangle-micdn 0.0.2, 13 days ago 0.42020-Jun-22A minimal CDN.
tristanable 0.0.27, 10 days ago 0.22020-Jun-21Tag-based asynchronous messaging framework
jdiutil 1.0.4, 5 days ago 0.62020-Jun-21Just-Do-It util mixin, some small util mixin to make (debug) life easier: string interpolation etc…
addle 0.1.0, 14 days ago 0.72020-Jun-21Argument-dependent lookup for extension methods
evinced 3.36.6, 14 days ago 0.62020-Jun-20D bindings to Evince (GNOME's Document viewer)
cosmomyst_math 0.3.0, 6 days ago 0.22020-Jun-19math lib intended for games. still very much a work in progress.
skoenlapper 0.0.9, 13 days ago 0.42020-Jun-18Terminal-based butterfly client
libutterfly 0.0.18, 12 days ago 0.62020-Jun-18Client library for the Butterfly email protocol
nogcio 0.1.0, 15 days ago 0.12020-Jun-17Provides basic writeln-like functionality without the GC.
openvr 0.0.1, 20 days ago 0.52020-Jun-15Bindings for Valve's C++ OpenVR library (1.11.11) for making virtual reality applications
d_imgui 1.76.0-beta1, 20 days ago 0.42020-Jun-14Port of Dear Imgui: Bloat-free Immediate Mode Graphical User interface with minimal dependencies
tardy 0.0.1, 21 days ago 1.52020-Jun-13Runtime polymorphism
extendedlogger 0.1.0, 22 days ago 0.72020-Jun-12Some usefull extensions for std.experimental.logger
d_snprintf 1.0.1, 20 days ago 0.52020-Jun-12Port of C99-snprintf

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