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uim-server-api 0.19.6, 2 months ago 0.02019-Jun-14[Test] D Library for Server API
uim-sql 0.19.6, 2 months ago 0.12019-Jun-09D Library for SQL projects
uim-ui5 0.0.1, 27 days ago 0.12019-Jul-29D Library for OpenUI5 and SAPUI5
uim-vue 0.19.6, 2 months ago 0.42019-May-29D library for working with vue
uim-web 0.19.6, 2 months ago 0.12019-May-30D Helper for Web
ulid-d 0.1.1, a year ago 0.32017-Jun-09ULID implementation in D
unde 0.2.0, 2 years ago 0.52016-Dec-15unDE - ultimate native Desktop Environment.
undead 1.0.10, 3 months ago 2.22014-Dec-01Obsolete Phobos modules, back from the dead
unecht 0.1.0, 4 years ago 0.02015-Apr-16Game Engine Framework for the D programming language.
unencumbered 0.2.0, 5 years ago 1.12014-Apr-20Support for Cucumber to write step descriptions in D
uniconf 0.0.2-beta.3, 4 months ago 0.62018-Sep-04Universal config with application
unicorn 1.0.1, 11 months ago 0.52018-Sep-05D bindings for the Unicorn Engine CPU emulator
uninode 0.0.2-beta.1, 34 days ago 0.42018-Aug-23Universal node with application
unit-threaded 0.10.3, 27 days ago 4.92013-Nov-13Advanced multi-threaded unit testing framework with minimal to no boilerplate using built-in unitt…
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.
units-d 0.1.0, 3 years ago 1.32016-Apr-10Units and Quantities of Measurement library for D.
universal 0.1.0, 3 years ago 0.52016-Mar-27universal properties with applications
unixtime 0.2.1, 2 years ago 0.52016-Aug-09Simple portable wrapper for handling POSIX Time (ie Unix Time)
unofficial-derelict-sqlite3 0.2.0, 2 years ago 0.42017-Sep-18Dynamic bindings to the SQLite library for the D Programming Language
unstandard ~master, 2 years ago 2.22013-Nov-04Additions to the D standard runtime library.

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