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mir-integral 1.0.1, 20 days ago 0.92020-Feb-07Integration routines
aammm 0.0.8, 5 years ago 0.92015-Aug-24Associative arrays with new std experimental allocators.
hunt-openssl 1.0.1, 5 months ago 0.92019-Jun-11Deimos bindings for the OpenSSL cryptographic library
qui 0.3.0, a month ago 0.92017-Apr-23A Text User Interface library.
pgsql-lited 0.0.7, 5 months ago 0.92018-Jul-31Lightweight native PostgreSQL driver
jieba 0.0.2, 3 months ago 0.92019-Sep-18Jieba chinese word segmentation D Deimos Bindings.
ae-graphics 0.0.9, 4 years ago 0.92014-May-21CyberShadow's AE graphics module in a stripped form. A generic abstraction for D image libraries.
state-machine 0.1.0, 4 years ago 0.92016-May-01Turn types into state machines.
gumbo-d 0.2.2, 7 years ago 0.92013-Aug-14D bindings for Google's Gumbo HTML5 parser library
decimal 0.9.1, 2 years ago 0.82018-Jan-09IEEE-754-2008 compliant decimal data type.
dfuse 0.3.1, 11 months ago 0.82015-Jun-27A D binding for libfuse
datefmt 1.0.4, 3 months ago 0.82017-May-14Datetime parsing and formatting
animated 0.1.3, 5 years ago 0.82015-Mar-08An animation library, written in D, based loosely upon the animation framework used in Android.
decentralized-internet 3.6.9, a month ago 0.82020-Jan-14A library for building distributed web and grid computing projects.
fileslurp ~master, 6 years ago 0.82013-Dec-27structured text files loading library
dgpio 0.0.2, 4 years ago 0.82016-Feb-01Tiny GPIO control library for single board computers
mambo 0.0.11, 11 months ago 0.82014-Jan-21A utility library for the D programming language
chickenclisp 0.1.8, 4 years ago 0.82016-Nov-17A scheme like programming language and interpreter
json 0.3.0, 3 years ago 0.82015-Dec-22A JSON parsing and validation library.
shaker 0.0.8, 3 years ago 0.82014-Dec-25A wrapper around libsodium

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