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chunker 0.0.1, 6 months ago 0.72019-Sep-19An Implementation of Content Defined Chunking (CDC)
cif 0.1.1, 3 years ago 0.02017-Dec-18A CIF parser
civge ~master, 6 years ago 0.02014-Mar-113D game engine
clfft 0.1.1, 6 years ago 0.32014-Jul-08D bindings to the clFFT library
cli-d 0.1.1, a year ago 0.52019-Mar-05A library that allows super easy parsing of command line arguments
clipboard 1.0.0, 4 years ago 0.02016-Jul-15A Clipboard Library
cobox-wm 0.0.4, 5 years ago 1.42015-May-28Window Manager fork from DDWM and Fluxbox.
coda-d 0.0.3, 3 years ago 0.42017-Mar-28Coda bindings, NLP stack for Russian and English languages
code_checker 1.0.0, 23 days ago 1.12018-Jul-23Tool to check the quality of code for a review/inspection/PR
codebuilder 1.1.0, a year ago 0.82016-May-10Provides management of constructing code strings and inserts file line information to improve debu…
coinmarketcap-d-api 0.1.1, a year ago 0.42019-Feb-10Dlang wrapper around the https://coinmarketcap.com API
collections 0.1.0, 2 years ago 1.52018-Jan-09A new collections framework for the D Standard Library
collie 0.10.16, 2 years ago 3.22016-Apr-07An asynchronous event-driven network framework written in D. Contains mqtt, http, flatbuffers, pro…
color 0.0.8, 9 months ago 3.22015-Jun-24Color library for the D programming language
colored 0.0.21, a year ago 0.82017-Jul-03A minimalistic console coloring library.
colored-logger 0.1.0, 5 years ago 0.12015-Dec-15Colored logger for TTY
colorize 1.0.5, 6 years ago 3.12014-Jul-10A port of Ruby's colorize library to D.
colorlog 0.0.2, 2 years ago 0.32018-Jul-23std.experimental.logger with color support
colourfulmoon 1.0.2, 4 years ago 0.72016-Feb-13Paint you terminal!
commander 1.0.3, 4 years ago 0.02015-Oct-25Command-line interfaces in D made easy. Easy command-line parsing based in commander.js.

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