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neomimalloc 1.0.6, 5 years ago 1.12019-Jul-03Wrapper to use mimalloc in D with the support of high-level API std.experimental.allocator.
nephele 0.0.3, 6 years ago 0.62018-Apr-08kurokoji's D library.
nes 0.2.0, 6 years ago 1.72018-Feb-02NES emulator library written in D
nes_test 0.2.0, 6 years ago 1.12018-Feb-02This is an example application for github.com/blahness/nes.
netcdf 1.0.2, 10 years ago 1.52014-Jul-25D bindings to the NetCDF library
nethost 1.0.0, 2 years ago 0.42022-Feb-20D bindings to .NET hosting libraries (nethost.h, hostfxr.h, coreclr_delegates.h)
netkit 0.0.1, 7 years ago 1.12017-Jun-26A refined core library for D programming language.
neton ~master, 4 years ago 1.02016-Jun-20An network library written in D.
neton-client 0.0.1, 5 years ago 0.52019-Mar-18A client library for neton.
netorcai-client 2.0.0, 5 years ago 0.72018-Oct-29A netorcai client library
networkd 0.1.2, 5 years ago 0.72021-Jan-06A simple networking library based.socket
neuronsim 2.3.0, 3 years ago 1.02020-Mar-08A Hodgkin-Huxley model visualization for a small neural tree.
newaa 0.0.1, 2 years ago 0.92022-May-11Associative Array library that mirrors druntime, but is fully templated
newton-d 0.0.2, 6 years ago 0.52017-Dec-19Bindings to the Newton Game Dynamics library.
newxml 0.3.0, 2 years ago 0.72022-Sep-09XML parsing library with DOM implementation
nice-curses 0.2.5, 5 years ago 0.12017-Jul-03A nice object-oriented wrapper over ncurses library.
niknaks 0.17.0, 10 days ago 2.32023-Sep-30Helpful niknaks or "things" that you may grasp for now and then
ninox-d_async 1.1.2, 6 months ago 0.32023-Jul-09A minimal asyncronous framework.
ninox-d_data 1.2.1, 2 months ago 0.32023-Jul-10A serialization framework for D
ninox-d_fs 1.0.2, 10 months ago 0.32023-Jul-30A abstraction for fs operations that also supports embedding

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