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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 58180 packages here.
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2015-04-18 pysed 0.7.4 CLI utility that parses and transforms text
2015-04-18 nlpnet 1.2.0 Neural networks for NLP tasks
2015-04-18 dd 0.0.3 Library of decision diagrams and algorithms on them.
2015-04-18 fbchat 0.0.1 Facebook Chat(Messenger) for Python
2015-04-18 veusz 1.23 A scientific plotting package
2015-04-18 facemorpher 1.0.1 Warp, morph and average human faces!
2015-04-18 aldryn-translation-tools 0.0.1 Collection of helpers and mixins for translated projects
2015-04-18 pilbox 1.1.9 Pilbox is an image processing application server built on the Tornado web framework using the Pillow Imaging Library
2015-04-18 p01.kibana 0.6.0 Kibana logging client and server for logging without logstash
2015-04-18 pathresolver 0.2.2 Resolve paths within nested objects.
2015-04-18 architect 0.4.0 A set of tools which enhances ORMs written in Python with more features
2015-04-18 crater 0.1.2 A dependency management system
2015-04-18 django-cms 3.1.0rc2 An Advanced Django CMS
2015-04-18 maple 0.1.81 reliable, scalable, distributed server framework
2015-04-18 ep 0.1.4 A tool to support an explicit contract between application and plaftorm
2015-04-18 scpi 0.6.5 Implement SCPI in pure Python
2015-04-18 rux 0.6.6 Micro & Fast static blog generator based on markdown
2015-04-18 GeobricksRasterCorrelation 0.1.6 Geobricks library to correlate two raster and create statistics and scatter charts.
2015-04-18 hazelnut 0.3 A pythonic library to parse /proc/meminfo
2015-04-18 nesterIan 1.3.0 A simple printer of nested list
2015-04-18 objgraph 2.0.0 Draws Python object reference graphs with graphviz
2015-04-18 brainfuck 0.0.1 Brainfuck interpreter written in Python
2015-04-18 prospector 0.10.1 Prospector: python static analysis tool
2015-04-18 gredis 0.0.3 gRedis is an asynchronous client library of Redis written with Tornado coroutine.
2015-04-18 DeepCL 4.0.0rc4 python wrapper for DeepCL deep convolutional neural network library for OpenCL
2015-04-18 dodgy 0.1.7 Dodgy: Searches for dodgy looking lines in Python code
2015-04-18 django-localsrv 0.1.1 Django app for serving static content from different sources (files, strings, urls, etc.) at custom paths, using custom HTTP headers. Intended as a more flexible option than Python's SimpleHTTPServer
2015-04-18 DeepCL 4.0.0rc3 python wrapper for DeepCL deep convolutional neural network library for OpenCL
2015-04-18 pyspaces 1.0.5 Create process in linux namespaces
2015-04-18 PuLP 1.5.9 PuLP is an LP modeler written in python. PuLP can generate MPS or LP files and call GLPK, COIN CLP/CBC, CPLEX, and GUROBI to solve linear problems.
2015-04-18 PyCodeigniter 0.1.3 Codeigniter(PHP) implement by python
2015-04-18 plone.recipe.zeoserver 1.2.8 ZC Buildout recipe for installing a ZEO server
2015-04-18 sloth-ci.ext.webhooks 1.0.0 Webhooks for Sloth CI apps
2015-04-18 sloth-ci 1.2.4 Simple app for automatization of everything
2015-04-18 bincopy 0.2.2 Mangling of various file formats that conveys binary information (Motorola S-Record, Intel HEX and binary files).
2015-04-18 PyStratum 0.9.3 A stored procedure and function loader, wrapper generator for MySQL and MS-SQL
2015-04-18 dubbo-client 1.0.0b4 Python Dubbo Client
2015-04-18 nester_ly 1.4.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-04-18 fvo-nester 1.3.1 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-04-18 django-ma-settings 1.0.9 A simple Django app to have simple typed settings.

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