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Name Last update Score Registered Description
mir-random 2.2.3, 7 months ago 4.62016-Nov-25Dlang Random Number Generators
eventcore 0.8.43, 4 months ago 4.52016-Jun-18Pro-actor based abstraction layer over operating system asynchronous I/O facilities.
memutils 0.4.13, a year ago 4.52015-Feb-17Overhead allocators, allocator-aware containers and lifetime management for D objects.
automem 0.6.1, 7 months ago 4.52017-Mar-14Automatic memory management
hunt-framework 2.1.11, 3 months ago 4.42018-Aug-28A high performance full-stack Web framework.
mir-linux-kernel 1.0.1, a year ago 4.42017-Nov-03Linux system call numbers for different architectures
botan 1.12.10, a year ago 4.32015-Feb-23A D library for crypto and TLS
armos 0.2.6, 2 years ago 4.32016-Jan-23Armos is a free and open source library for creative coding in D programming language.
derelict-gl3 2.0.0-beta.8, 7 months ago 4.32013-Aug-18A dynamic binding to the OpenGL library.
libdparse 0.11.4, 8 months ago 4.32014-Sep-03Library for lexing and parsing D source code
mir-core 0.2.2, 7 months ago 4.22018-Oct-06Base software building blocks and conventions
mustache-d 0.1.3, 2 years ago 4.22013-Mar-20Mustache template engine for D.
inifiled 1.3.1, a year ago 4.22014-Jun-15Compile Time Inifile Reader and Writer Generator
tinyendian 0.2.0, a year ago 4.22014-Aug-06Lightweight endianness handling library
mir-lapack 1.0.4, 8 months ago 4.12017-May-26ndslice wrapper for LAPACK
openmethods 1.1.2, 7 months ago 4.12017-Jul-18fast, open multi-methods for D
cblas 2.0.3, a year ago 4.02014-Sep-22D BLAS header
bindbc-nuklear 0.1.1, 7 months ago 4.02019-Jan-28Dynamic and static bindings to nuklear, compatible with -betterC, @nogc, and nothrow.
scod 0.4.5, a year ago 4.02015-Sep-29A nice documentation generator based on ddox.
libddoc 0.7.0, 3 months ago 3.92015-Mar-29D implementation of the DDoc macro system

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