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ddata 0.0.9, 5 years ago 0.82019-Jul-12Data library for D
xapian-d 1.0.0, 6 years ago 0.82018-Oct-09veda storage third party libs
djtext 0.3.0, 5 years ago 0.82019-May-06Library for text internationalization inspired by gettext.
sizes 1.0.0, 6 years ago 0.82018-Feb-05Basically core.time.Duration, but for byte sizes (file size)
har 0.1.0, 6 years ago 0.82018-Mar-14An extractor/archiver for HAR, the human-readable archive format
discord-w 0.0.4, 4 years ago 0.82018-Apr-19up-to-date vibe.d based discord client library
localrest 0.4.0, 3 years ago 0.82019-Jan-15A library to allow integration testing of vibe.web.rest based code
photon 0.10.0, 11 days ago 0.82023-Apr-12Photon - a transparent fiber scheduler
rabbitmq 0.2.7, 7 months ago 0.82019-May-04Bindings and high-level wrapper for librabbitmq-c
terrain-generator-d 1.1.0, 6 years ago 0.82018-Jun-11Basic terrain generator written in D language.
hydroflow 1.2.4, 5 years ago 0.82019-Jan-30D Library for Hydraulics Engineering.
pham_library 1.5.0, 5 months ago 0.82021-Jun-17BigInteger, Date, DateTime, Time, Firebird Database Driver, Postgresql Database Driver, Logger, Va…
termcolor-d 0.0.1, 6 years ago 0.82018-Nov-21Colorize writeln(...) output
quack 1.0.0, 10 years ago 0.82014-Aug-01A compile-time duck typing library for D
cli-d 0.1.1, 5 years ago 0.82019-Mar-05A library that allows super easy parsing of command line arguments
wasm-sourcemaps 0.0.4, 5 years ago 0.82019-Nov-05Converts DWARF debug info to sourcemaps for browser debug tools
itertools 1.1.0, 8 years ago 0.82016-Feb-26Additional range primitives for iteration
hasdata 1.1.0, 7 years ago 0.82017-Jan-21Cross platform check if a file or stdin has data available for read
cssexpand 1.1.0, 4 years ago 0.82014-Apr-24A CSS expansion program
lz4d 0.1.5, 7 years ago 0.82016-Apr-27LZ4 at compile time

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