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Name Last update Score Registered Description
gff3d 1.0.0, 5 months ago 0.02019-Mar-15GFF3 record reader/writer abstraction
m3d 0.1.4, 4 years ago 0.02015-Jan-28A 3D mathematics library
uim-server-api 0.19.6, a day ago 0.02019-Jun-14[Test] D Library for Server API
sfmtd 0.1.0, 2 years ago 0.02017-Oct-11D port of Simd-oriented Fast Mersenne Twister
ddsv 0.7.0, a year ago 0.02018-Mar-24A toy delimiter separated text parser
de_bindings 0.5.1, 10 months ago 0.02017-Oct-15Bindings for Devisualization projects.
dubbio 0.9.3, 30 days ago 0.02017-Oct-16Dub wrapper
dlogger 0.0.1, a year ago 0.02018-Mar-21A simple logger, to log messages.
litecraft-bgfx ~master, 2 years ago 0.02017-Oct-22A dynamic binding to the bgfx library.
intervaltree 0.10.0, a month ago 0.02019-Mar-21Interval Tree implementations.
stemmer 0.1.0, a year ago 0.02018-Mar-21A stemmer library for D programming language
mimeapps 0.3.6, a year ago 0.02016-Apr-16MIME Applications Associations specification implementation
snappy ~master, 6 years ago 0.02013-May-09Snappy ''A fast compressor/decompressor'' Deimos Bindings
dlangui_bearlibterminal 0.0.1, 2 years ago 0.02017-Oct-27External platform for dlangui based on Bearlib terminal
jcli 0.0.1-alpha, 3 months ago 0.02019-Mar-31A CLI framework library.
prabhupada_calendar 3.0.3, 6 months ago 0.02017-Nov-04Translates the text file is the result of the GCal (krishnadays.com) program on Russian language (…
safearg 0.9.7, 4 years ago 0.02015-Jun-09Passes a null-delimited list of command line args to a program.
har 0.1.0, a year ago 0.02018-Mar-14An extractor/archiver for HAR, the human-readable archive format
d-weather-forecast 1.3.0, 2 years ago 0.02017-Sep-08Get weather forecast with the D programming language
soupply 2.69.0, 9 months ago 0.02018-Mar-12Automatically generated libraries for encoding and decoding Minecraft protocols

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