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The Tango Desktop Project exists to help create a consistent graphical user interface experience for free and Open Source software.
Tango is a cross-platform open-source software library, written in the D programming language for D programmers. It is structured as a cohesive and comprehensive library for general purpose usage.
Mango is a collection of D packages with an orientation toward network programming. Mango extends the Tango library in a number of useful ways by supplementing with XML, clustering, a servlet engine, and an HTTP server. Mango is targeted for Win32 and linux platforms.
DDL stands for "D Dynamic Libraries" and as the name implies, provides dynamic library loading for the D Language. It can be used as a plugin architecture, a replacment for DLL files, an interface for dynamic reflection, or as a means for working with intermediate files.
A collection of handy Tango based codes and classes for the D programming language that otherwise don't have a home.
Itaka is an on-demand screen capture server featuring a polished and easy to use interface with a robust backend HTTP server. The concept is simple: a request to your computer by a user displays an image of your screen in the user's web browser.
The GNOME-Colors is a project that aims to make the GNOME desktop as elegant, consistent and colorful as possible. The current goal is to allow full color customization of themes, icons, GDM logins and splash screens. There are already seven full color-schemes available; Brave (Blue), Human ... [More]