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mustache-d 0.1.5, 3 years ago 4.42013-Mar-20Mustache template engine for D.
dpq2 1.1.4-rc.1, a month ago 4.32013-Sep-14Medium-level binding to the PostgreSQL database
stdx-allocator 3.1.0-beta.2, 4 years ago 4.32017-Nov-21Extracted std.experimental.allocator
cblas 2.3.3, 3 months ago 4.32014-Sep-22D BLAS header
taggedalgebraic 0.11.22, 2 years ago 4.32015-Aug-13A "tagged union" implementation with transparent operator forwarding.
mir-blas 1.1.14, 10 months ago 4.22017-May-26ndslice wrapper for BLAS
pegged 0.4.6, 8 months ago 4.22013-Mar-08Parsing Expression Grammar (PEG) generator
derelict-pq 4.0.0, 10 months ago 4.22013-Sep-13A dynamic and static binding to libpq.
bindbc-loader 1.0.1, 2 years ago 4.22018-Oct-18Cross-platform shared library loader usable in -betterC mode.
intel-intrinsics 1.11.1, 14 days ago 4.22016-Jul-05Use SIMD intrinsics with Intel syntax, with any D compiler, targetting x86 or arm. Like simde but …
workspace-d 3.8.0, 11 months ago 4.22017-Jan-21Provides functions for IDEs for managing DCD, Dscanner and Dfmt. Usable as application and library
lapack 0.6.5, 2 months ago 4.12017-May-27Dlang LAPACK header
libddoc 0.8.0, 2 years ago 4.12015-Mar-30D implementation of the DDoc macro system
cairod 0.0.1-alpha.3+1.10.2, 7 years ago 4.12013-Oct-31cairo bindings and wrappers for the D programming language.
vibe-d-postgresql 3.1.2, a month ago 4.12016-Feb-15PostgreSQL support for Vibe.d
x11 1.0.21, 5 years ago 4.12014-Jan-09Bindings to X11 for the D programming language
diet-ng 1.8.1, 9 months ago 4.12016-Jan-10Next generation Diet template compiler.
windows-headers 1.0.4, 3 years ago 4.02015-Jun-23windows.h for D
dsymbol 0.14.1, 6 months ago 4.02016-Jan-14Symbol lookup support for libdparse
handy-httpd 5.0.0, 7 days ago 4.02022-Jan-07Extremely lightweight HTTP server for D.

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