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vibe-mqtt 0.3.1, 19 minutes ago 2.82015-Jul-25A MQTT broker client for D
ip2proxy-d 3.0.0, an hour ago 0.62018-Jun-29IP2Proxy D Library
workspace-d 3.6.0-pre.8, 3 hours ago 3.42017-Jan-21Provides functions for IDEs for managing DCD, Dscanner and Dfmt. Usable as application and library
mir-algorithm 3.9.14, 7 hours ago 4.92017-Jan-05Dlang Core Library
lubeck 1.3.2, 10 hours ago 4.02017-May-27High level linear algebra library for Dlang
bindbc-raylib 0.6.0, 13 hours ago 0.72020-Feb-19Dynamic and static bindings to raylib
foxid 0.1.2, a day ago 0.82020-Jun-292D framework for Game develop
arsd-official 8.3.0, a day ago 5.02015-Jun-01Subpackage collection for web, database, terminal ui, gui, scripting, and more with a commitment t…
npp-api 0.1.6-dev, a day ago 0.42019-Oct-07Notepad++ plugin library written in D.
hunt-framework 3.3.0, 2 days ago 3.52018-Aug-28A high performance full-stack Web framework.
phobos-next 0.3.8, 2 days ago 1.72016-Apr-10Various reusable D code.
metacall 0.0.3, 2 days ago 0.62020-Aug-04A library for providing inter-language foreign function interface calls
node_dlang 0.0.13, 2 days ago 0.42020-Jul-31Native node module creator
hunt-shiro 1.1.10, 3 days ago 2.52019-Jun-03A powerful and easy-to-use D security framework that performs authentication, authorization, crypt…
foxidgui 0.0.1, 3 days ago 0.52020-Aug-04GUI for Foxid
my 0.0.5, 3 days ago 0.62020-Jul-15A library collection of algorithms and data structures for personal use
ddox 0.16.15, 3 days ago 3.82012-Oct-06Powerful alternative to DMD's DDOC engine.
dlang-tour 1.2.1, 3 days ago 2.02016-Jun-13The Dlang Tour
dpq 0.11.1, 3 days ago 1.42016-Jan-20A postgresql (libpq, pq) library aiming to be simple to use
fswatch 0.5.1, 3 days ago 3.62016-Jul-18a cross-platform folder & file watching library using win32, inotify or std.file

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