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accessors 1.2.4, a year ago 1.92016-Dec-09D getter/setter generator
eventmanager 0.1.3, a year ago 0.92017-Jun-18This library implements a variant of the publish / subcribe pattern, using events, event lists and…
binrange 1.0.3, a year ago 0.92014-Aug-07Utility functions to parse/emit ranges of bytes.
idiot 0.9.2, a year ago 0.32018-Jan-19Informative terminal output as you iterate over a callback
diskuto 1.6.1, a year ago 0.72017-Mar-14Embedded comment engine
userman 0.4.0-rc.1, a year ago 1.62012-Dec-14Provides user and group storage, authentication and administration.
sel-server 0.3.0, a year ago 0.92017-Dec-18Libraries for the creation of Minecraft (Bedrock Engine) and Minecraft: Java Edition servers
pterm 0.0.1, a year ago 0.02018-Jan-11A terminal display server
dpq 0.9.3, a year ago 1.52016-Jan-20A postgresql (libpq, pq) library aiming to be simple to use
dli 0.1.0, a year ago 0.52018-Oct-25A Command Line Interface library for D
arith-eval 0.5.1, a year ago 0.22016-Jun-24A minimal math expression evaluation library.
stdxdecimal 0.5.0, a year ago 0.82017-Dec-02Proposal for a General Decimal Arithmetic type to Phobos
tt-utils 1.3.6, 2 years ago 0.32016-Sep-20Misc utils extending phobos.
semver 0.3.2, 2 years ago 1.42014-Jun-17Semantic Versioning Library
kisaragi 0.2.0, 2 years ago 0.02017-Dec-28Realtime Web service framework きさらぎ(kisaragi)
derelict-cuda 3.1.1, 2 years ago 1.82014-Oct-16A dynamic binding to the CUDA API.
lru_eviction_queue 1.7.0, 2 years ago 0.42017-Aug-30A LRU Eviction Queue for the D programming language
d-weather-forecast 1.3.0, 2 years ago 0.22017-Sep-08Get weather forecast with the D programming language
argsd 0.4.1, 2 years ago 1.12017-May-16A command line argument and config file parser
drawofpages 0.1.1, 2 years ago 0.02017-Dec-25Take notes with touchscreen input.

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