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levmar 2.6.0, 3 years ago 0.32016-Sep-26D bindings for levmar.
derelict-hdfs 2.4.1, 3 years ago 0.32016-Sep-25Derelict binding for HDFS
unit-threaded-abscissa 0.0.1, 3 years ago 0.32016-Sep-21This is just a temporary fork of unit-threaded with pulls #41 and #42 included.
tt-utils 1.3.6, 2 years ago 0.32016-Sep-20Misc utils extending phobos.
dcompute 0.1.0, 2 years ago 2.22016-Sep-20Native Heterogeneous Computing for D
traildb 0.0.2, 3 years ago 0.32016-Sep-18D bindings for TrailDB
derelict-newton 1.0.0, 3 years ago 0.42016-Sep-17Dynamic bindings to Newton Dynamics Engine
jwt 0.4.0, 3 years ago 2.02016-Sep-15A Simple D implementation of JSON Web Tokens
detached 0.1.7, 2 years ago 0.62016-Sep-14Spawn detached processes with no need to wait on them
dextool 1.3.1, 24 days ago 1.42016-Sep-12C/C++ tooling for mocking, mutation testing and visualisation
dsrcgen 0.1.0, 4 years ago 0.42016-Sep-12The semantic code generation framework for Dlang
d_primes 0.1.0, 3 years ago 0.02016-Sep-10prime numbers neatly packaged as d arrays
cheetah 0.2.6, 2 years ago 0.92016-Sep-10A TCP server socket library based on vibe.d
gnuplot-crafter 0.2.1, 3 years ago 0.02016-Sep-06A library that provides utilities to generate gnuplot data files.
zstd 0.2.1, 2 months ago 1.22016-Sep-04D binding for Zstandard
libssh-d 0.7.3-4, 3 years ago 1.02016-Sep-03D Programming Language binding for libssh: mulitplatform library implementing the SSHv2 and SSHv1 …
glfw3d 2.1.0, 3 years ago 0.72016-Aug-30GLFW3 wrapper for D programming language
dalmixer 0.0.3, a year ago 0.42016-Aug-29Binding to the ALmixer library.
ddmd-experimental 2.71.2-b2dub, 3 years ago 0.62016-Aug-29Experimental library of the dmd frontend (currently Linux-only)
logd-html 0.3.1, 3 years ago 0.62016-Aug-28A lightweight D logger that writes to a html for formatted output

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