Welcome to DUB, the D package registry. The following list shows all available packages:

Select category:

Name Last update Score Registered Description
libavutil 0.1.0, 3 years ago 0.32016-Jan-24Deimos Bindings for libavutil.
bgfx-d 0.16.0, 3 years ago 0.02016-Jan-24D Bindings to the bgfx C++ API
checkedint 0.5.3, 3 years ago 0.62016-Jan-24Checked integer math types and operations.
armos 0.2.6, 2 years ago 2.02016-Jan-23Armos is a free and open source library for creative coding in D programming language.
dpq 0.9.3, a year ago 1.52016-Jan-20A postgresql (libpq, pq) library aiming to be simple to use
runtimer 0.1.0, 3 years ago 0.52016-Jan-18Application runtime configuration for applications built in the D programming language.
scone 2.1.2, 3 months ago 1.82016-Jan-17Simple Console
dcd 0.11.1, a month ago 4.82016-Jan-14The D Completion Daemon is an auto-complete program for the D programming language
dsymbol 0.8.0, 8 days ago 4.52016-Jan-14Symbol lookup support for libdparse
emsi_containers 0.8.0-alpha.15, 8 days ago 4.82016-Jan-14Containers that use Phobos' experimental allocators
experimental_allocator 2.70.0-b1, 3 years ago 0.02016-Jan-14LDC and GDC-compatible backport of Phobos' std.experimental.allocator
marray 1.0.0, 3 years ago 0.32016-Jan-12MultiArray
darg 0.1.0, 9 months ago 2.62016-Jan-11D command line argument parser.
mongoschemad 3.1.0, 4 months ago 1.12016-Jan-10MongoDB Schema support
dglsl 0.6.0, 3 years ago 1.62016-Jan-10A GLSL bridge for D.
diet-ng 1.5.0, 11 months ago 3.72016-Jan-10Next generation Diet template compiler.
pgator 0.3.16, 5 months ago 0.02016-Jan-04Application server that transforms JSON-RPC calls into SQL queries for PostgreSQL
seekingwhirl 1.0.7, 3 years ago 0.42016-Jan-03Library for work with DuckDuckGo API
rs-bootstrap 1.0.4, 2 years ago 0.72016-Jan-02Provides a default layout/style for web sites based on vibe.d
xkeybin-d 1.0.0, 3 years ago 0.02016-Jan-02Interface for global keyboard shortcuts on X11

Displaying results 961 to 981 of 1566 packages found.

Please log in to manage your own packages.