D bindings for UEFI specifications, based on the headers from EDK II 2015. They allow to compile fully functional EFI executables without assembly or C bootstrapping, it boots directly to D :-) They can be used to build UEFI-compatible applications and drivers in the D Programming Language. Sample "Hello, world" program is provided, with source and a linux script to compile:
Compilation of D UEFI projects
I'm pretty sure dub won't be able to handle your projects, the best way is to use either reggae or another custom build system. The executables must not require the D runtime or standard library, suggested ldc2 compiler options for 64-bit compiles:
ldc2 -mtriple=x86_64-unknown-windows-coff -boundscheck=off -nogc -defaultlib= -debuglib= -code-model=large
And GNU linker options:
x86_64-w64-mingw32-gcc -nostdlib -Wl,-dll -shared -Wl,--subsystem,10 -e efi_main
It probably would be possible to write a minimal D runtime, but this is not a goal for this project in the near future (unless somebody wants to contribute one).