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Name Last update Score Registered Description
ddmd 0.0.7, 4 years ago 1.52015-Jan-04DMD Compiler Frontend
dmarkdown 0.3.0, a year ago 1.52014-Dec-24Markdown to HTML processor
oculus-d-rift 0.1.0, 6 years ago 1.52014-Mar-13A D binding to the Oculus Rift API.
je 0.0.1, 3 years ago 1.52018-Apr-11Json Extract: a tool to extract data from json
hunt-database 1.3.1, 10 months ago 1.42018-Aug-28Database abstraction layer for D programing language, support PostgreSQL / MySQL / SQLite.
poison 0.2.1, 4 years ago 1.42016-Nov-17The high performance cross-platform desktop/mobile UI engine.
plotd 1.0.1-beta, 4 years ago 1.42014-Sep-23Plot streams of data from the command line.
onyx-log 1.4.1, 2 years ago 1.42015-Apr-16logging library for D.
dstruct 0.2.2, 5 years ago 1.42015-Mar-29D Data Structures
asn1 2.4.3, 2 years ago 1.42018-Jan-18ASN.1 encoding and decoding with support for BER, CER, and DER
dproto 2.1.5, 2 years ago 1.42013-Oct-05D Protocol Buffer library
derelict-assimp3 2.0.0-beta.1, 3 years ago 1.42013-Oct-19A dynamic binding to version 3 of the Assimp library.
derelict_extras-fann 5.1.1, 2 years ago 1.42013-Sep-05A dynamic binding to the FANN library.
feature-test-d 1.0.4, 4 years ago 1.42015-Oct-19A feature test framework for D applications or libraries that builds on unittest and does not need…
dpq 0.9.3, 2 years ago 1.42016-Jan-20A postgresql (libpq, pq) library aiming to be simple to use
msgpack-ll 0.1.4, 3 years ago 1.42017-Apr-16A low level @nogc, nothrow, @safe, pure and betterC compatible MessagePack library
dcrypto 1.2.2, 6 years ago 1.42014-Aug-02Wraps the openssl library to enable easy two way encryption.
harud 1.0.2, a year ago 1.42014-Sep-02D binding to libharu
dopt 0.3.18, 2 years ago 1.42017-Jul-20A numerical optimisation and deep learning framework
enet-tutorials 0.1.0, 6 years ago 1.42014-Oct-24D ENet client/server tutorials

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