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Name Last update Score Registered Description
search 1.1.1, a year ago 0.72020-Jul-14Search the web from the terminal
foxidtest 0.0.3, a year ago 0.42020-Jul-07Testing
grpc-d-core 0.0.2, a year ago 0.12020-Jun-25gRPC Core Implementation for DLang
dinorun 0.1.2, a year ago 0.42019-Dec-22A simple terminal game
dirimere 0.5.0, a year ago 0.72020-Mar-17Local dependencies for dub projects.
libuv 1.38.0, a year ago 1.62016-Jul-22Deimos bindings for libuv, a cross-platform asynchronous I/O library
unrobotstxt 0.1.0, a year ago 0.02021-Apr-08Translation of Google's robots exclusion protocol (robots.txt) parser and matcher
pretty_array 1.0.2, a year ago 0.52020-Jun-02Pretty D Arrays
bindbc-jsl 1.0.0, a year ago 0.52020-Jul-01JoyShockLibrary binding for D.
cosmomyst_math 0.3.0, a year ago 0.42020-Jun-19math lib intended for games. still very much a work in progress.
dubproxy 1.1.3, a year ago 0.62019-Aug-16A proxy for dub to allow local dependency resolution
grpc-d-interop 0.0.1, a year ago 0.42020-Jun-25A minimal layer to help interfacing between C and D for gRPC
elembuf 1.2.3, a year ago 0.62020-Jun-12Simple to use circular buffer/array for efficient IO
d-web-browser-history 2.0.0, a year ago 0.02017-Sep-01Get web browser history with the D programming language
addle 0.1.0, a year ago 0.82020-Jun-21Argument-dependent lookup for extension methods
nogcio 0.1.0, a year ago 0.02020-Jun-17Provides basic writeln-like functionality without the GC.
dalicious 3.1.0, a year ago 0.32019-Jul-04General purpose utility suite with a tendency towards genome assembly.
ezdb 0.5.0, a year ago 0.42020-Feb-04A declarative SQL library similary to Spring Data
jumped 0.6.0, a year ago 0.32020-Jan-06An Inversion of Control framework for D, similar to Spring
jin-go 2.0.1, a year ago 2.12016-Mar-27Thread-pooled coroutines with lock-free staticaly typed communication channels

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