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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 110733 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2017-06-24 bcf 0.0.1 BigClown firmware flasher.
2017-06-24 txhttputil 0.1.12 Synerty utility classes for serving a static site with twisted.web with user permissions.
2017-06-24 freckles 0.1.71 a dotfile manager, and more; quite qute
2017-06-24 nsbl 0.0.12 elastic ansible configuration
2017-06-24 infi.clickhouse_fdw 0.5.1 A PostgreSQL foreign data wrapper for ClickHouse
2017-06-24 wagtail-simple-gallery 0.4.0 A simple gallery app for Wagtail.
2017-06-24 symstore 0.2.3 publish PDB and PE files to symbols store
2017-06-24 deepcut 0.5.0.19 A Thai word tokenization library using Deep Neural Network
2017-06-24 cribbage 0.1.0 Cribbage for your command line
2017-06-24 infi.clickhouse_orm 0.9.3 A Python library for working with the ClickHouse database
2017-06-24 frkl 0.1.5 Elastic configuration files
2017-06-24 bitcoinlib 0.3.0.25 Bitcoin and Other cryptocurrency Library
2017-06-24 tensorboard-pytorch 0.21 Log TensorBoard events with pytorch
2017-06-24 flask_restframework 0.0.23 Web APIs for Flask, made easy, inspired from Django DRF.
2017-06-24 neater_one 1.0.1.3 A simple printer of nested lists
2017-06-24 posthocs 0.0.17 Statistical post-hoc analysis algorithms
2017-06-24 dmarchiver 0.1.3 A tool to archive the direct messages from your private conversations on Twitter.
2017-06-24 xdis 3.4.0 Python cross-version byte-code disassembler and marshal routines
2017-06-24 libtcod-cffi 3.0.0 A Python cffi port of libtcod.
2017-06-24 aioblescan 0.1.0 Scanning Bluetooth for advertised info with asyncio.
2017-06-24 pybili 0.2.3 A helper library for bilibili.com
2017-06-24 mechanize 0.3.5 Stateful programmatic web browsing.
2017-06-24 trellio 1.1.25rc12 Python3 asyncio based micro-framework for micro-service architecture
2017-06-24 humanfriendly 3.5 Human friendly output for text interfaces using Python
2017-06-24 axeman 1.11 Lumberjack is a multi-threaded and concurrent certificate transparency retriever Edit
2017-06-24 ftw.participation 1.5.3 Invite other users (registered or unregistered) to a context in plone.
2017-06-24 easy-job 0.2.2 A lightweight background task runner
2017-06-24 whenareyou 0.3.2 Gets the timezone of any location in the world
2017-06-24 irp 0.6.0 Gets possible airports for city names!
2017-06-24 backplate 0.0.1 RESTful API Helpers
2017-06-24 kipartman 0.0.1 Kicad part manager
2017-06-24 yagmail 0.8.172 Yet Another GMAIL client
2017-06-24 kavenegar 1.2.0 Kavenegar Python library
2017-06-24 future-thread 1.0 A simple module for creating a background thread and returning a Future object
2017-06-24 aws-adfs 0.3.6 AWS Cli authenticator via ADFS - small command-line tool to authenticate via ADFS and assume chosen role
2017-06-24 dicetables 2.3.2 get all combinations for any set of dice
2017-06-24 rqalpha 3.0.1 Ricequant Algorithm Trading System
2017-06-24 serplint 1.0.4 A linter for the serpent language
2017-06-24 django-etc 0.10.0 Tiny stuff for Django that won't fit into separate apps.
2017-06-24 ruamel.yaml 0.15.12 ruamel.yaml is a YAML parser/emitter that supports roundtrip preservation of comments, seq/map flow style, and map key order

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