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vibe-d 0.9.3-alpha.1, 17 days ago 5.02013-Jan-17Event driven web and concurrency framework
silly 1.0.2, 7 months ago 5.02018-Aug-12Better test runner for D
arsd-official 8.4.4, 2 days ago 5.02015-Jun-01Subpackage collection for web, database, terminal ui, gui, scripting, and more with a commitment t…
gfm 8.0.4, 12 days ago 5.02013-Nov-033D maths, 128-bit integers
unit-threaded 1.0.11, 7 days ago 5.02013-Nov-13Advanced multi-threaded unit testing framework with minimal to no boilerplate using built-in unitt…
dub 1.23.0-rc.1, 5 days ago 5.02013-Jan-14Package manager for D packages
mir-algorithm 3.9.40, a day ago 4.92017-Jan-05Dlang Core Library
libasync 0.8.6, 7 months ago 4.92014-Sep-23A cross-platform event loop library of asynchroneous objects.
emsi_containers 0.8.0, 20 days ago 4.92016-Jan-14Containers that use Phobos' experimental allocators
libdparse 0.17.0, 34 days ago 4.92014-Sep-04Library for lexing and parsing D source code
gtk-d 3.9.0, a year ago 4.82013-Oct-05GtkD is the Digital Mars D programing language OO wrapper for Gtk+.
dscanner 0.11.0, 20 days ago 4.82014-Feb-15Swiss-army knife for D source code
openssl 2.0.1+1.1.0h, a year ago 4.82013-Apr-27Deimos bindings for the OpenSSL cryptographic library
mir-random 2.2.14, 6 months ago 4.82016-Nov-25Dlang Random Number Generators
pegged 0.4.5-beta.2, 5 months ago 4.82013-Mar-08Parsing Expression Grammar (PEG) generator
dtools ~master, 2 months ago 4.72018-Jun-18D Tools
libevent 2.0.2+2.0.16, 4 years ago 4.72013-Apr-27Deimos bindings for libevent, a cross-platform asynchronous I/O library
requests 1.1.7, 20 days ago 4.72016-Apr-16http/ftp client library, inspired by python-requests
dunit 1.0.16, 7 months ago 4.72013-Oct-02Advanced unit testing toolkit for the D programming language
dyaml 0.8.3, 3 days ago 4.72013-Feb-25YAML parser and emitter

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