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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 81409 packages here.
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2016-05-28 OBITools 1.2.6 Scripts and library for sequence analysis
2016-05-28 sftp-s3-sync 0.1 A python sftp and s3 syncing library
2016-05-28 django-sftp-s3 0.1 A python package for working with ftp and s3
2016-05-28 easy-web-app 0.1.4 Create web applications easily by defining them in JSON format.
2016-05-28 mkbrutus 1.0.2a1 Password bruteforcer for MikroTik devices
2016-05-28 brightway2 2.0.2 UNKNOWN
2016-05-28 Choco 1.0.5 A super-fast templating language that borrows the best ideas from the existing templating languages.
2016-05-28 keras-diagram 1.0.1 Keras models as ASCII diagrams
2016-05-28 LocalNote 1.0.6 LocalNote让你能够像使用本地文件一样使用印象笔记,支持markdown语法。Use your evernote like local file system in all platforms (markdown supported)
2016-05-28 pydraw 0.1.2 Python GUI application demo for fun
2016-05-28 Mopidy-Beets 3.0.0 Beets extension for Mopidy
2016-05-28 portunhol 0.1 A translator from portuguse to portunhol
2016-05-28 steam_game_scale 1.0.12 Compare your Steam game playtime against your friends
2016-05-28 xdis 1.0.3 Python cross-version byte-code disassembler and marshal routines
2016-05-28 destructure 0.1 Easy declarative schema validation with optional name-binding
2016-05-28 pmxbot 1115.3.2 IRC bot - full featured, yet extensible and customizable
2016-05-28 seriously 2.0.15 A Python-based golfing language
2016-05-28 mosquittoChat 1.0 A Chat Server based on MQTT protocol using Mosquitto (broker a C implementation of MQTT), websocket, sockjs javascript library on client(browser) side, sockjs-tornado, tornado, and paho-mqtt (mqtt python client library)
2016-05-28 WellApplication 0.2.13 Interface with xle files; analyze hydrographs; plot hydrographs; download USGS data
2016-05-28 expiringpdict 1.0 A Python Expiring Dictionary
2016-05-28 simplezeroconf 2.0.2 Simple pythonic ZeroConf implementation using system calls
2016-05-28 unix_ar 0.1 AR file handling
2016-05-28 chatimusmaximus 0.2.2 Chat GUI for youtube, twitch, livecoding, and WatchPeopleCode chats
2016-05-28 esptool 1.1 A utility to communicate with the ROM bootloader in Espressif ESP8266.
2016-05-28 execsql Multi-DBMS SQL script processor. Runs a SQL script against a PostgreSQL, MS-Access, SQLite, MS-SQL-Server, MySQL, MariaDB, or Firebird database, or an ODBC DSN, with metacommands to import and export data, copy data between databases, conditionally execute SQL and metacommands, and dynamically alter SQL and metacommands with substitution variables.
2016-05-28 angr The next-generation binary analysis platform from UC Santa Barbara's Seclab!
2016-05-28 vexparser 0.1.2 Command parsing for vexbot
2016-05-28 pipeables 0.1.42 Simiple queries and piping between different data sources
2016-05-28 pyservice_django 1.1.73 UNKNOWN
2016-05-28 pex 1.1.10 The PEX packaging toolchain.
2016-05-28 vexstorage 0.1.0 Database storage for vexbot
2016-05-28 aldryn-events 1.1.3 An events app for Aldryn
2016-05-27 makechat 0.1.24 Simple chat system
2016-05-27 micropython-upip 0.7 Simple package manager for MicroPython.
2016-05-27 raspautomation_cli 1.1 Raspautomation command line client.
2016-05-27 cdmetro 1.0.16 Un admin de django diferente
2016-05-27 documenteer 0.1.5 Tools for LSST DM documentation projects
2016-05-27 pycares 2.0.1 Python interface for c-ares
2016-05-27 snooze 0.0.1
2016-05-27 micropython-uasyncio.core 0.9.1 uasyncio.core module for MicroPython

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