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epistochmodels 0.3.2, 3 months ago 0.82021-Jan-03CTMC epidemic models in D for Python
epub 1.1.2, 3 years ago 0.02017-Apr-27An epub generator
erasure 0.0.2, 3 months ago 0.32021-Jan-27A library for emulating java style type erasure (system-f)
eris 0.0.1, 7 years ago 0.12014-Jul-08A D programming language implementation of the General Decimal Arithmetic Specification.
erupted 2.1.24+v1.2.174, 16 days ago 2.42016-May-13Auto-generated D bindings for Vulkan
erupted_v2 1.1.71, 3 years ago 0.02018-Mar-26Auto-generated D bindings for Vulkan
es6-grammar 0.9.3, 5 years ago 1.52015-Nov-10ECMAScript 6 + JSX PEGGED Grammar
evael 0.0.2, 2 years ago 0.82019-Apr-18Small game engine written in D.
evael-ecs 0.0.1, 2 years ago 0.72019-Oct-03Entity-component-system lib.
evael-lib 0.0.1, 2 years ago 0.52019-Oct-03Libraries collection for the evael game engine.
eve-sde-parser 0.2.0, 3 years ago 0.32018-Jul-31Parser of the Eve Static Data Export written in D
eventcore 0.9.13, 3 months ago 4.72016-Jun-18Pro-actor based abstraction layer over operating system asynchronous I/O facilities.
eventmanager 0.1.3, 3 years ago 0.92017-Jun-18This library implements a variant of the publish / subcribe pattern, using events, event lists and…
events 0.1.1, 7 years ago 1.52014-Feb-16Event Object Model
eventsystem 1.2.0, 4 years ago 0.42015-Oct-12Super tiny event system using delegates
evinced 3.38.0, 6 months ago 0.62020-Jun-20D bindings to Evince (GNOME's Document viewer)
exceeds-expectations 0.4.2, a day ago 0.02020-Nov-22A simple, IDE-friendly assertion library
excel-d 0.5.8, 8 months ago 4.22017-Mar-20Excel bindings for D
exceptionhandling 1.0.0, 2 months ago 2.32016-Aug-10Functions to make exception and assertion handling in D easier.
exceptions 0.2.3, 4 years ago 0.82017-Feb-17Standard user exception classes.

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