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Name Last update Score Registered Description
sel-utils 1.4.2, a year ago 2.02017-Mar-28Automatically generated libraries for Minecraft and Minecraft: Pocket Edition
armos 0.2.6, 2 years ago 2.02016-Jan-23Armos is a free and open source library for creative coding in D programming language.
secured 2.0.1, a month ago 2.02016-Nov-13A cryptography library for D that encourages secure implementations through simple interfaces.
xbuffer 1.0.0, a year ago 2.02018-Mar-21Growing @nogc buffer with generic type
libhttp2 0.2.9, 2 years ago 2.02015-Mar-18An HTTP/2 implementation for D.
vasaro 1.0.2, 6 months ago 2.02018-Dec-09Your printable vase creator.
derelict-vulkan 0.0.20, 11 months ago 2.02016-Feb-16A dynamic binding to the vulkan api.
ddbus 3.0.0-beta.1, 3 months ago 2.02015-May-09A DBus library for D
buffer 0.2.17, 15 days ago 2.02017-Oct-17A protocol buffer & RPC library
dinu 1.0.2, 3 years ago 2.02015-Dec-26Launcher, file manager, one-way terminal, IDE
dqml 0.6.1, 2 years ago 2.02015-Sep-15Qml bindings for both D and Nim programming languages.
derelict-cuda 3.1.1, 2 years ago 2.02014-Oct-16A dynamic binding to the CUDA API.
htmld 0.3.7, 3 months ago 2.02015-Mar-31Lightweight and forgiving HTML parser
allegro 4.0.4+5.2.0, 7 months ago 2.02014-Sep-12D binding to the Allegro5 game development library
feature-test-d 1.0.4, 3 years ago 2.02015-Oct-19A feature test framework for D applications or libraries that builds on unittest and does not need…
derelict-lua 2.0.0-beta.2, 2 years ago 2.02013-Dec-08A dynamic binding to the Lua scripting language library.
flatbuffers 0.1.1, 2 years ago 2.02016-Apr-14D implementation of Google Flatbuffers.
libuid 0.0.7, 2 years ago 1.92016-Aug-19D OO interface of libui
accessors 1.2.4, a year ago 1.92016-Dec-09D getter/setter generator
iopipe 0.1.7, 5 months ago 1.92017-Oct-12A modular io library in D.

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