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levmar 2.6.0, 8 years ago 0.32016-Sep-26D bindings for levmar.
lhl 1.0.0, 4 years ago 0.02020-Dec-05Uses hard links to emulate union mounts
lib-option 1.1.0, 5 years ago 0.72019-Jun-24Even more option types for D.
libackis 1.0.4, 8 years ago 0.52013-Nov-20A D1/D2/Phobos/Phobos2 compatible library for communicating with Ackis2.0 compatible message routers
libaio 0.1.0, 4 years ago 0.52020-Jul-16Dynamic binding to the Linux libaio library
libarow 0.5.0, 9 years ago 0.32015-Jun-02D implementation of AROW linear classification algorithm
libasound-d 2.0.0, 9 months ago 0.52023-May-30D bindings for ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) libasound2 library.
libasync 0.9.5, 2 months ago 4.92014-Sep-23A cross-platform event loop library of asynchronous objects.
libavif-d 1.0.3, 2 months ago 0.12021-Apr-03Deimos bindings for AV1 Image File Format library
libavutil 0.1.0, 8 years ago 0.72016-Jan-24Deimos Bindings for libavutil.
libcbor 0.6.0, 3 years ago 0.52021-Jun-19D bindings to libcbor
libcelt 0.8.1, 10 years ago 0.52014-May-30D bindings for libcelt.
libcerf 1.4.2, 7 years ago 0.92014-Sep-22Self-contained numeric library that provides an efficient and accurate implementation of complex e…
libchonky 0.0.4, 3 years ago 0.72021-Jul-09Streaming socket chunked full-reader
libclang 0.3.2, 8 months ago 3.12018-Mar-07libclang bindings / wrappers for D
libco 1.0.1, 9 years ago 0.12015-Oct-06Bindings for the `libco` library written by byuu.
libcomcom 0.1.6, 5 years ago 1.12019-Jan-30D wrapper over libcomcom (spawn an OS command with given input and receive its output)
libconfig-d 0.1.0, 8 years ago 0.82016-Oct-09D library for processing configuration files
libcrisc 1.0.1, 6 years ago 0.42018-Aug-24A virtual CPU and assembler library.
libdaque 0.3.1-develop, 6 years ago 0.02018-Aug-11Daque library

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