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alpm-d 0.0.2, a year ago 0.22018-Jul-25D bindings to Pacman's (lib) ALPM
alsa-lib 1.0.1+1.0.27.2, 5 years ago 0.82016-Jan-24Deimos Bindings for ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) library.
amalthea 1.0.1, 21 days ago 0.02021-Jul-14Linux-specific general purpose library
amazonlogin-d 0.1.0, 4 years ago 0.52017-Feb-09Amazon Login Api for D
anansi 0.0.4, 2 years ago 1.22014-Jul-07A BGL-like graph handling library in D.
anchovy 0.8.3, 6 years ago 1.72014-Feb-12Set of multimedia libraries for games and gui applications
androidlogger 0.0.15, a year ago 0.42017-Jul-09An experimental logger outputting android style logs.
animated 0.1.3, 6 years ago 0.92015-Mar-08An animation library, written in D, based loosely upon the animation framework used in Android.
ansi ~master, 5 years ago 0.12016-Apr-05Functions for manipulating a terminal through ANSI escape codes.
antispam 0.1.6, 3 months ago 1.52013-Aug-21Spam message filter engines
antlr-d 1.8.3, 10 months ago 1.82018-Jun-27ANTLR4 runtime library
apache-thrift 0.15.0, a month ago 2.52018-Dec-27Apache Thrift D library
apn-d ~master, 4 years ago 0.82013-Dec-27Apple Push Notification (apn) service for D using vibe.d (roughly based on node-apn)
appbase 0.1.30, 9 months ago 0.92019-Aug-01App public infrastructure.
ar80 1.0.0, 4 months ago 0.82021-Jun-09CP/M and MS-DOS library archiver.
archive 0.7.0, a year ago 0.92014-Jul-29An archive library that supports zip, tar, and targz written entirely in D (with underlying gz imp…
arff 0.2.0, 3 years ago 0.32017-Oct-22An ARFF (Attribute Relation File Format) loader.
argon 0.0.1, 4 years ago 0.42017-Oct-21Argon html template rendering library.
argparse 0.4.0, 10 days ago 0.62021-Jun-25Parser for command-line arguments
argsd 1.1.0, 2 months ago 2.32017-May-16A command line argument ( args) and config file parser

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