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Name Last update Score Registered Description
haystacklib 1.0.1, 6 months ago 1.12017-Feb-27D implementation of project-haystack.org.
ddepstographviz 1.0.0, 6 months ago 1.12019-Oct-10A program to turn dlang dep files to graphviz graphs
hunt-security 0.3.3, 6 months ago 1.12018-Aug-27A security library for hunt.
rcstring 0.0.6, 4 years ago 1.12015-Aug-20Reference Countered string
nat-opener 0.2.0, 4 years ago 1.12016-May-21Allows a server to listen on the specified port when behind a router.
dinotify 0.4.0, 16 days ago 1.12014-Nov-04Simple D interface for inotify (Linux file events monitoring)
derelict-enet 4.1.0, 3 years ago 1.12014-Jun-28A dynamic binding to the ENet library.
vibe-auth 0.7.0, 2 months ago 1.12017-Mar-15OAuth2 server for vibe.d
libcomcom 0.1.6, a year ago 1.12019-Jan-30D wrapper over libcomcom (spawn an OS command with given input and receive its output)
fabd 0.1.0, 6 years ago 1.12014-Dec-16Bindings to libfab, a terminal formatting library
superstruct 0.2.0, 5 years ago 1.12015-Oct-18A superclass for value types.
vibrant-d 0.1.6, 5 years ago 1.12015-Jun-21A tiny Sinatra-like web framework that works on top of vibe.d.
hunt-reflection 0.2.1, 5 months ago 1.12019-Apr-29Extensions to runtime reflection in D. It's forked from Mihail-K's Witchcraft originally.
sdutil 0.4.0, 5 months ago 1.12019-May-05Helpers for communicate with systemd
webcaret ~master, 6 years ago 1.12014-Feb-22Experimental Web Framework on top of Heaploop.io
wrend 1.0.1-alpha, 5 years ago 1.12015-Oct-18Bindings to the Wren language for use with the D programming language
yu 0.1.2, 3 years ago 1.12017-Apr-07Yu(玉) Dlang‘s Toolkit
fpdf 1.0.2, 5 years ago 1.12015-Jan-08Minimalist class for generating PDF documents.
natcmp 1.3.2, 4 years ago 1.12014-May-01Compare strings in a human-natural way.
faked 1.0.0, 7 months ago 1.12019-Feb-19D library to create fake data

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