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Name Last update Score Registered Description
serialport 2.2.3, 4 years ago 2.02017-Mar-21Crossplatform work with serialport
iban 2.1.1, 4 months ago 2.02021-Jul-21A package for handling IBAN numbers
derelict-lua 2.0.0-beta.2, 7 years ago 1.92013-Dec-08A dynamic binding to the Lua scripting language library.
smimeasym 3.3.0, 2 years ago 1.92021-Mar-24A wrapper around openssl's S/MIME asymmetrical encryption, that is compatible with the openssl cli
vibejournald 2.0.4, 4 years ago 1.92020-Apr-08A vibe.d logger that logs into systemd's journald
bindbc-spout2 0.1.1, 2 years ago 1.92022-Jul-26SpoutLibrary binding for D
beep 0.0.2, 5 years ago 1.92018-Sep-11Advanced assertion library
reloaded 0.1.5, 5 years ago 1.92018-Sep-24Live Reloading D code with dynamic libraries
flatbuffers 0.1.1, 7 years ago 1.92016-Apr-14D implementation of Google Flatbuffers.
mir-runtime 0.0.26, 5 years ago 1.92018-Oct-20Dlang @nogc runtime infrastructure for simple, slim, and fast code.
stringbuffer 1.1.2, 7 years ago 1.92017-Feb-24A stack based string buffer that grows into the heap if needed.
uefi-d 0.0.4, 8 years ago 1.92016-Feb-07Bindings for UEFI API (Based on EDK2 2015)
fluid 0.7.0-alpha.2, 2 months ago 1.92024-Jan-17A straightforward and easy to use GUI library.
aggregateprinter 2.4.0, 4 years ago 1.92020-May-18Prints aggregates with some nicer layouts
grimoire 0.8.1, a year ago 1.92018-Apr-25A fast, concurrent based scripting language for D
redub 1.5.8, a day ago 1.92024-Jan-20Dub Based Build System, with parallelization per packages and easier to contribute
consoled 1.0.4, 8 years ago 1.92015-Mar-17Because colors are awesome.
elf-d 0.2.5, 4 years ago 1.92014-Aug-02A library to introspect elf binaries
pry 0.7.0, 11 months ago 1.92016-Dec-15Pry - practical parser combinators library for D
accessors 1.2.4, 6 years ago 1.92016-Dec-09D getter/setter generator

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