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dpq2 1.0.17, 4 months ago 4.12013-Sep-14Medium-level binding to the PostgreSQL database
lapack 0.4.1, 10 months ago 4.02017-May-27Dlang LAPACK header
intel-intrinsics 1.3.8, 14 days ago 4.02016-Jul-05Use SIMD intrinsics with Intel syntax, with any D compiler, targetting x86 or arm. Like simde but …
mir-blas 1.1.13, 10 months ago 4.02017-May-26ndslice wrapper for BLAS
urld 2.1.1, 3 years ago 4.02015-Nov-27A URL parsing library
libddoc 0.7.4, 5 months ago 4.02015-Mar-30D implementation of the DDoc macro system
symmetry-linux 0.0.8, 2 years ago 4.02019-Dec-10Linux declarations missing from druntime
dproto 2.1.6, 8 months ago 4.02013-Oct-05D Protocol Buffer library
dfmt 0.13.2, 3 months ago 3.92015-Apr-21Dfmt is a formatter for D source code
fswatch 0.5.1, 5 months ago 3.92016-Jul-18a cross-platform folder & file watching library using win32, inotify or std.file
derelict-sdl2 3.1.0-alpha.6, 6 months ago 3.92013-Aug-24Dynamic bindings to SDL2, SDL2_image, SDL2_mixer, SDL2_ttf and SDL2_net.
dlangui 0.9.186, 6 months ago 3.92014-Apr-17Cross platform GUI for D. Layouts, styles, themes, unicode, i18n, OpenGL, widgets. Android support.
nogc 0.5.0, 2 years ago 3.92017-Apr-28Utilities to write @nogc code
sspi-d 0.2.8, a year ago 3.82019-May-04SSPI WIndows Authentication Library
painlesstraits 0.3.0, 5 years ago 3.82015-Oct-17User-defined attribute convenience functions
poodinis 8.1.0-beta.2, 10 months ago 3.82014-Jun-04A dependency injection framework with support for autowiring.
derelict-gl3 2.0.0-beta.8, 2 years ago 3.82013-Aug-18A dynamic binding to the OpenGL library.
d2sqlite3 0.19.1, 6 months ago 3.82014-Jan-13A thin wrapper around SQLite 3
vibe-d-postgresql 3.1.0-rc.1, 4 months ago 3.82016-Feb-15PostgreSQL support for Vibe.d
cachetools 0.3.1, 2 years ago 3.82018-Nov-26Collection of cache strategies

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