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d_dataframes 0.0.10, 6 years ago 1.12016-Mar-13DataFrame - Typed and Untyped
judy 1.0.1, 6 years ago 1.12015-Nov-15Judy Arrays - efficient sparse arrays - bindings/wrappers for the D Programming Language
pdcurses-d 1.1.0, 4 years ago 1.12017-Sep-09D bindings for PDCurses
neomimalloc 1.0.6, 3 years ago 1.12019-Jul-03Wrapper to use mimalloc in D with the support of high-level API std.experimental.allocator.
lua_d_api 0.0.1, 7 years ago 1.12015-Jan-16Lua API for D language
vibe-auth 0.8.0, 2 years ago 1.12017-Mar-15OAuth2 server for vibe.d
xlsxio-d 0.1.5, 3 years ago 1.12019-May-05Bindings for xlsxio Excel reader/writer library
btrfs 0.0.13, 3 months ago 1.12020-Nov-06btrfs API for D
descore 1.2.7, 7 years ago 1.12015-Feb-18D Extended Set Core: math, multithread, images, logsystem, localization, signal-slot, etc
derelict_extras-sndfile 3.1.0, 5 years ago 1.12013-Sep-03A dynamic binding to the libsndfile library.
glib-d 0.0.2, 4 years ago 1.12015-Mar-17static bindings to GLib, including GObject
lz4-d ~master, 8 years ago 1.12013-Oct-10D Binding to the Fast LZ Compression Algorithm
magpie 0.1.0, 3 years ago 1.12019-Jul-25Data analysis / manipulation library for D
base32 0.2.0, 11 months ago 1.12015-Apr-24RFC 4648 base32 encoding / decoding.
stalkd 1.1.5, 2 years ago 1.12013-Dec-10Library for interacting with the Beanstalk message queue.
terminal 1.0.0, 4 years ago 1.12018-Feb-12Colors, formatting and utilities for the terminal
ddsp 2.5.9, 10 months ago 1.12017-Aug-26A small library for digital signal processing in D
nluad 0.1.1, 5 years ago 1.12016-Jun-28D interface of lua.
pgator-backend 0.2.5, 7 years ago 1.12014-Sep-26Lightweight wrapper for PostgreSQL with binary protocol conversion to BSON and asynchronous connec…
dominator 1.1.6, 5 years ago 1.12016-Jun-29A HTML scraper command-line application

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