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urld 2.1.1, 6 months ago 3.92015-Nov-27A URL parsing library
d-rlib 0.0.1, 6 months ago 0.02018-Jul-20A minimal memcpy/memcmp/memset implementation in D
sg3_utils-d 0.0.1, 6 months ago 0.32018-Jul-20sg3 bindings for D
vibemail 2.0.3, 6 months ago 1.72015-Sep-29Extensions for vibe's Mail class to send multi-part emails with attachments.
dackson 0.2.0, 6 months ago 0.02017-Dec-27A library for marshalling/unmarshalling JSON into idiomatic D data structures.
stalkd 1.1.3, 6 months ago 2.92013-Dec-10Library for interacting with the Beanstalk message queue.
sdlang-d 0.10.4, 6 months ago 3.82013-Mar-06Parse/Generate SDLang (Simple Declarative Language - cleaner than JSON/XML)
fluent-asserts 0.12.3, 6 months ago 3.12017-Apr-03Fluent assertions done right
ddox 0.16.12, 6 months ago 3.72012-Oct-06Powerful alternative to DMD's DDOC engine.
orange 2.0.1, 6 months ago 2.12016-Jul-15Orange is a serialization library for the D programming language
provaengine 0.5.0-alpha, 6 months ago 0.82017-Nov-08A game engine by TeamProva
opensc 0.18.0-beta.4, 6 months ago 0.42016-Feb-23Deimos-like binding to libopensc (reduced extend required by external modules [driver/SecureMessag…
sel-nbt 2.3.0, 6 months ago 1.82017-Jun-01NBT library for Minecraft (Bedrock Engine) and Minecraft: Java Edition
influx-d 0.2.16, 6 months ago 1.72017-Apr-21InfluxDB wrapper
d-openai-gym 0.0.1, 6 months ago 0.32018-Jul-10OpenAI gym binding
open-api 0.1.1, 6 months ago 0.62018-Apr-03An OpenApi implementation for D.
xlsx 0.0.6, 6 months ago 0.42017-Oct-09Simple XLSX file parser.
jsonizer 0.7.6, 6 months ago 0.22015-Feb-02Flexible JSON serializer requiring minimal boilerplate
covered 1.0.1, 6 months ago 0.52017-Jul-31Processes output of code coverage analysis
elf-d 0.2.4, 6 months ago 1.62014-Aug-02A library to introspect elf binaries

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