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Name Last update Score Registered Description
y4m-d 1.0.1, 3 years ago 0.02014-Apr-27File loader/emitter for Y4M, a convenient uncompressed video format.
rdub 3.0.1, 2 years ago 0.02017-Apr-27RDUB is a front end for DUB, a D language build tool.
ddsv 0.7.0, a year ago 0.02018-Mar-24A toy delimiter separated text parser
stripe-d 0.0.5, 4 years ago 0.02014-Jul-03Implementation of Stripe API in D
mogud-benchmark 0.2.2, 3 years ago 0.02016-Oct-27little benchmark library
epub 1.1.2, 12 months ago 0.02017-Apr-27An epub generator
soapclient 0.0.1, 3 years ago 0.02016-Oct-16A simple client to connect to and interact with SOAP services.
ocean-d2 3.1.2+d2.auto, 2 years ago 0.02017-May-06Ocean is general purpose library with a focus on supporting the development of high-performance, r…
volumeinfo 0.2.0, a year ago 0.02018-May-22Getting currently mounted volumes
libpafe4d 0.0.1, 2 years ago 0.02017-May-17a binding of libpafe for d
datetimeformat 0.1.0, 3 years ago 0.02016-Nov-11A DateTime formatting library for D
vibe-rpcchannel 0.1.2, 2 years ago 0.02017-Apr-14A vibe.d RPC library based on TCP connections
gl-with-types 1.0.0-alpha.3, a year ago 0.02018-Apr-16Wraps gl with a nice objects.
murmurhash3 0.1.5, 4 years ago 0.02014-Sep-24Port of MurmurHash3 functions.
libhell 0.1.1, 5 years ago 0.02014-Sep-25A game framework based on SDL2
libdaque 0.3.1-develop, a year ago 0.02018-Aug-11Daque library
soupply 2.69.0, a year ago 0.02018-Mar-12Automatically generated libraries for encoding and decoding Minecraft protocols
darg-plus 2.1.0, 19 days ago 0.02019-Jul-04Robust command line argument parsing for D plus useful extensions.
interfacing 0.0.2, 5 years ago 0.02014-Oct-11A webgui library
ben-eater-8bit-emulator 1.0.0, a year ago 0.02018-Sep-01An emulator for the 8-bit computer built by [Ben Eater](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS0N5baNl…

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