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PyPI - the Python Package Index

The Python Package Index is a repository of software for the Python programming language. There are currently 67405 packages here.
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2015-10-05 jarvy 1.3.0 Python Intelligent Assistant for Humans.
2015-10-05 zsearch-definitions 0.0.33 Egg version of files that can be used for interacting with zdb through python
2015-10-05 merge_ics 0.1.2 Merge RFC5545 calendar files
2015-10-05 kml2geojson 1.0 A Python 3.4 tool kit for converting KML files to GeoJSON files
2015-10-05 relevanced-client 0.8.0a3 Python client for relevanced-server.
2015-10-05 trade 0.1.5 Tools For Stock Trading Applications.
2015-10-05 pyrocumulus 0.6.2
2015-10-05 malibu 0.1.4.post4 maiome library of utilities
2015-10-05 hashcalclib 1.6.3 A hash calculation and verification library.
2015-10-05 pew 0.1.18 tool to manage multiple virtualenvs written in pure python
2015-10-05 sofa 0.6 A lightweight REST API framework
2015-10-05 python-quran-odoa 1.1 Library to get random ayah within quran including the translation.
2015-10-05 calbum 0.1.12 An unattended calendar-based photo organiser
2015-10-05 pymata-aio 2.4 A Python Protocol Abstraction Library For Arduino Firmata using Python asyncio
2015-10-05 frida 5.0.7 Inject JavaScript to explore native apps on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android
2015-10-05 mortar_rdb 2.1.1 SQLAlchemy and the component architecture tied together for easy use in multi-package projects for any framework
2015-10-05 ocflib 2015. libraries for account and server management
2015-10-05 spyder 2.3.7 Scientific PYthon Development EnviRonment
2015-10-05 SpectralToolbox 0.1.16 Tools for building spectral methods
2015-10-05 domainics 0.3.2 Web Framwork with Domain-orieted architecure
2015-10-05 watchtower 0.1.3 Python CloudWatch Logging
2015-10-05 spotify-ripper 2.5.3 a small ripper for Spotify that rips Spotify URIs to audio files
2015-10-04 nyt-docket 0.0.1 Python client for parsing SCOTUS cases from the granted/noted and orders dockets.
2015-10-04 SEG2Py 0.0.4 SEG2Py - a Python 3 module that works around the ObsPy framework offering a flexible and easy way to visualize SEG2 seismic sections.
2015-10-04 minsci 0.1.3 Tools for data management in Mineral Sciences at NMNH
2015-10-04 cyglfw3 Python bindings for GLFW 3+ using Cython
2015-10-04 python-senlinclient 0.1.4 OpenStack Clustering API Client Library
2015-10-04 textblob 0.10.0 Simple, Pythonic text processing. Sentiment analysis, part-of-speech tagging, noun phrase parsing, and more.
2015-10-04 proxylist 0.1.2 Managing list of proxies
2015-10-04 pyhcl 0.1.13 HCL configuration parser for python
2015-10-04 gloss.theme 0.8.6 gloss.theme
2015-10-04 MyFirstFunction 1.0.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-10-04 jay 0.1.0 Command line tool to check and ssh into AWS EC2 instances
2015-10-04 pafy 0.4.1 Retrieve YouTube content and metadata
2015-10-04 sqlalchemy-elasticquery 0.0.3 Use ElasticSearch query search in SQLAlchemy.
2015-10-04 django-odnoklassniki-discussions 0.1.4 Django implementation for odnoklassniki API Discussions
2015-10-04 create_ap-gui 1.2 Easy create Access point
2015-10-04 thespian 2.3.0 Python Actor concurrency library
2015-10-04 django-odnoklassniki-api 0.2.4 Django implementation for odnoklassniki API
2015-10-04 holidays 0.4 Generate and work with holidays in Python

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