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itsdangerous 0.0.2, a year ago 0.82020-Jan-05D port of the itsdangerous Python library. Create, sign, and verify JSON Web Tokens (JWT) and more.
iup 3.27.0-alpha.2, 2 years ago 1.22016-Jul-13Deimos-like binding to IUP, Portable graphical User Interface
iupd 3.18.3, 5 years ago 0.52016-Jun-22D interface of IUP
iyzipay-d 0.6.3, 3 years ago 0.42017-Dec-14Unofficial iyzipay API d client
jack 1.0.1, 6 years ago 0.52014-Jun-08Idiomatic D API binding for the JACK Audio Connection Kit
janet-d 0.7.2, a year ago 0.32019-Aug-19D bindings for the Janet programming language.
jansi 0.1.1, 6 months ago 0.32020-Dec-26A single file, betterC compatible ANSI library.
jansson-d 0.9.0-dev, 2 months ago 0.42021-Apr-05jansson written in D.
jar 0.1.0, 11 months ago 0.02020-Jul-23very simple ioc for D
jasterialise 0.0.4, 2 years ago 0.02018-Dec-25A cross-language serialisation library.
jastream 0.2.1, 2 years ago 0.02019-Jan-09C#/.Net-like streams.
jax 0.1.0, 6 years ago 1.62015-Sep-10A mustache-like template compiler for D
jaypha-base 1.0.6, 4 years ago 0.42015-Apr-16Generic code and definitions used in many Jaypha projects.
jaypha-inet 0.9.5, 6 years ago 0.82015-Apr-16A struct for sending emails. Includes structures for handling IMF/MIME documents.
jcli 0.12.1, a month ago 0.42019-Mar-31A CLI framework library.
jdiutil 1.1.1, 5 months ago 0.62020-Jun-21Just-Do-It util mixin, some small util mixin to make (debug) life easier: string interpolation etc…
je 0.0.1, 4 years ago 1.62018-Apr-11Json Extract: a tool to extract data from json
jengine 0.0.2, 29 days ago 0.32021-May-20Small Engine for freely created projects
jieba 0.0.3, 8 months ago 0.82019-Sep-18Jieba chinese word segmentation D Deimos Bindings.
jin-go 2.0.1, a year ago 2.12016-Mar-27Thread-pooled coroutines with lock-free staticaly typed communication channels

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