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Name Last update Score Registered Description
sgio-d 0.0.5, 2 years ago 1.32015-Jul-29sgio library for Linux and Windows
string-transform-d 1.0.0, 2 years ago 1.02016-Jan-31Library to perform basic string transforms (camelCase, snake_case and plurals)
autoloader 0.1.0, 2 years ago 0.52016-Jan-25An automatic class-loader for D.
libvorbis 1.0.0+17021, 2 years ago 0.32016-Jan-24Deimos Bindings for libvorbis.
dinu 1.0.2, 2 years ago 2.12015-Dec-26Launcher, file manager, one-way terminal, IDE
libsamplerate 1.0.0+0.1.8, 2 years ago 0.32016-Jan-24Deimos Bindings for libsamplerate.
libogg 1.0.0+18044, 2 years ago 0.32016-Jan-24Deimos Bindings for libogg.
libavutil 0.1.0, 2 years ago 0.32016-Jan-24Deimos Bindings for libavutil.
libackis 1.0.4, 2 years ago 0.32013-Nov-20A D1/D2/Phobos/Phobos2 compatible library for communicating with Ackis2.0 compatible message routers
runtimer 0.1.0, 2 years ago 0.52016-Jan-18Application runtime configuration for applications built in the D programming language.
dglsl 0.6.0, 2 years ago 1.72016-Jan-10A GLSL bridge for D.
dstack 0.0.5, 2 years ago 0.82014-Jan-21An application library for the D programming language
mambo 0.0.7, 2 years ago 1.12014-Jan-21A utility library for the D programming language
anansi 0.0.3, 2 years ago 1.22014-Jul-07A BGL-like graph handling library in D.
experimental_allocator 2.70.0-b1, 2 years ago 0.02016-Jan-14LDC and GDC-compatible backport of Phobos' std.experimental.allocator
marray 1.0.0, 2 years ago 0.32016-Jan-12MultiArray
ae-graphics 0.0.9, 2 years ago 1.72014-May-21CyberShadow's AE graphics module in a stripped form. A generic abstraction for D image libraries.
gl3n 1.3.1, 2 years ago 2.72013-Apr-07OpenGL Maths for D (not glm for D but better).
desmath 0.2.5, 2 years ago 0.82015-May-31D Extended Set Math
mcrcd 1.0.2, 2 years ago 0.42015-Jun-09A tiny Minecraft Rcon library for D

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