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urld 2.1.1, 3 years ago 3.92015-Nov-27A URL parsing library
painlesstraits 0.3.0, 5 years ago 3.92015-Oct-17User-defined attribute convenience functions
nogc 0.5.1, 3 months ago 3.92017-Apr-28Utilities to write @nogc code
sumtype 1.2.0, 2 days ago 3.82018-Apr-05A sum type with pattern matching
directx-d 0.14.0, a year ago 3.82013-Nov-07DirectX for D
gitcompatibledubpackage 1.0.4, 4 years ago 3.82017-Feb-11Example of a DUB package also usable as git submodule. For DUB test suite.
money 3.0.2, 4 months ago 3.82016-Apr-30A money data type, for easy and safe handling of currency amounts
cachetools 0.3.1, 2 years ago 3.82018-Nov-26Collection of cache strategies
dxml 0.4.3, a year ago 3.82018-Feb-09An XML parser and writer written in D.
bindbc-loader 1.0.1, 3 months ago 3.82018-Oct-18Cross-platform shared library loader usable in -betterC mode.
ddox 0.16.17, a year ago 3.82012-Oct-06Powerful alternative to DMD's DDOC engine.
dcd 0.13.6, 3 months ago 3.72016-Jan-14The D Completion Daemon is an auto-complete program for the D programming language
derelict-sdl2 3.1.0-alpha.6, a year ago 3.62013-Aug-24Dynamic bindings to SDL2, SDL2_image, SDL2_mixer, SDL2_ttf and SDL2_net.
localimport 1.3.0, 2 years ago 3.62019-Jan-06Module for D's local import idiom.
xlsxd 4.0.1, 2 months ago 3.62018-Nov-07A thin wrapper around libxlsx to write excel spreadsheets
commonmark-d 1.0.8, a year ago 3.62019-Sep-29Fastest CommonMark and Github Flavoured Markdown parser in D
asdf 0.7.12, 29 days ago 3.62016-May-02Fast, Expressive, and Easy to use JSON Serialization Library with optional SSE4 Optimization.
undead 1.1.6, 2 months ago 3.52014-Dec-01Obsolete Phobos modules, back from the dead
dubtestproject 1.2.0, a year ago 3.52018-Aug-29A test project.
color 0.0.9, a year ago 3.42015-Jun-24Color library for the D programming language

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