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semitwistweb 0.0.7, 3 years ago 0.92015-Aug-14A usable-but-unpolished Vibe.d/mustache-based web framework.
gen-package-version 1.0.5, 3 years ago 0.72015-Jun-14Generate a D module with version information automatically-detected from git/hg.
puppeteer 0.8.0, 3 years ago 0.42016-Jun-21A library or cli app to easily communicate with programmable electronic boards such as Arduino…
logd-html 0.3.1, 3 years ago 0.62016-Aug-28A lightweight D logger that writes to a html for formatted output
ddmd-experimental 2.71.2-b2dub, 3 years ago 0.62016-Aug-29Experimental library of the dmd frontend (currently Linux-only)
xlsxwriter 0.0.1, 3 years ago 1.22016-Aug-26A D binding for libxlsxwriter
fixed 1.0.5, 3 years ago 0.92015-May-20Fixed point (decimal) type
botan-math 1.0.3, 3 years ago 3.42015-Nov-06A D Math Library used for Botan
rationald 0.1.1, 3 years ago 0.12016-Mar-18A library for rational numbers in D.
consoled 1.0.4, 3 years ago 2.12015-Mar-17Because colors are awesome.
elasticsearch-d 1.0.7, 3 years ago 1.82016-Jan-31A D Elasticsearch library with an API similar to the official Elasticsearch packages for other lan…
colourfulmoon 1.0.2, 3 years ago 0.72016-Feb-13Paint you terminal!
seekingwhirl 1.0.7, 3 years ago 0.42016-Jan-03Library for work with DuckDuckGo API
injected 0.1.0, 3 years ago 1.02016-Aug-11Dependency injection framework
matplotd 0.0.1, 3 years ago 1.12016-Aug-10Plot charts with Matplotlib
hprose-d 1.2.3, 3 years ago 1.72015-Feb-08Hprose for D.
pack-d 1.0.1, 3 years ago 1.82014-Mar-09Binary I/O helper
phlogiston 2.0.2, 3 years ago 1.02016-Jul-28Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) assembler / disassembler.
mysql-d 0.3.3, 3 years ago 3.32014-Jun-17Mysql client C library binding.
protocolbuffer 0.0.0, 3 years ago 1.62016-Jul-21A backend library for the implementation of a ProtocolBuffer compiler.

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