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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 60356 packages here.
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2015-05-27 MRI-FFT 0.0.3 Optimized functions for performing 1D, 2D and 3D inverse Fourier's transforms, using Reikna and FFTW
2015-05-27 ipython-helpers 0.1 UNKNOWN
2015-05-27 platformio 2.0.1 A cross-platform code builder and the missing library manager (Atmel AVR & SAM, Espressif, Freescale Kinetis, Nordic nRF51, NXP LPC, ST STM32, TI MSP430 & Tiva, Teensy, Arduino, mbed, libOpenCM3, etc.)
2015-05-27 pywebtasks 0.1.3 Python wrapper for Auth0's Webtask API.
2015-05-27 responses 0.4.0 A utility library for mocking out the `requests` Python library.
2015-05-27 li-pagador-mercadopago-transparente 0.0.11 Meio de pagamento usando o checkout transparente do MercadoPago (
2015-05-27 pyCore 15.5 OverCluster API Library
2015-05-27 ramses 0.2.1 ramses
2015-05-27 weatherman 0.9 Elastic Beanstalk Stack Launcher
2015-05-27 Willow 0.2.1 A Python image library that sits on top of Pillow, Wand and OpenCV
2015-05-27 fencepy 0.6.0 Standardized fencing off of python virtual environments on a per-project basis
2015-05-27 docker-scripts 0.4.0 A swiss-knife tool that could be useful for people working with Docker
2015-05-27 gsnester 1.0.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-05-27 nefertari_sqla 0.2.2 sqla engine for nefertari
2015-05-27 Flask-Boost 0.4.17 Flask application generator for boosting your development.
2015-05-27 backlash 0.0.9 Standalone WebOb port of the Werkzeug Debugger with Python3 support meant to replace WebError in future TurboGears2
2015-05-27 py 1.4.28 library with cross-python path, ini-parsing, io, code, log facilities
2015-05-27 runners 0.0.4 Help with running stuff
2015-05-27 django-exchange 0.7.4 currency, exchange rates and conversions support for django
2015-05-27 twapi-authn 1.0a1 Lightweight abstraction layer for making requests to the 2degrees platform API
2015-05-27 twapi-users 1.0a1 Lightweight abstraction layer for making requests to the 2degrees platform API
2015-05-27 geokey 0.5.5 Open-source participatory mapping framework
2015-05-27 Stoner 0.5.0b5 Classes to represent simple scientific data sets and write analysis codes, developed for the University of Leeds Condensed Matter Physics Group
2015-05-27 async_netcdf 0.1.1 Simple BASH compiler to parallelize some netcdf file operations
2015-05-27 nefertari_mongodb 0.2.1 mongodb engine for nefertari
2015-05-27 twapi-connection 1.0a1 Lightweight abstraction layer for making requests to the 2degrees platform API
2015-05-27 dossier.models 0.6.10.dev1 Active learning models
2015-05-27 onyx 0.4.4 A framework to create portfolio and risk management systems
2015-05-27 td-client 0.2.0.dev2 Treasure Data API library for Python
2015-05-27 nefertari 0.3.1 nefertari
2015-05-27 caniuse 0.1.0 check whether a package name has been used on PyPI.
2015-05-27 pylxd 0.1.dev40 python library for lxd
2015-05-27 amo-validator 1.7.2 Validates add-ons for Mozilla products.
2015-05-27 qubic 4.4.post19 Simulation and map-making tools for the QUBIC experiment.
2015-05-27 cloudrunner 1.3.4 Script execution engine for cloud environments.
2015-05-27 telomerecat 1.1 Telomere Computational Analysis Tool
2015-05-27 parabam 1.0 Parallel BAM File Analysis
2015-05-27 pyOCD 0.4.1 CMSIS-DAP debugger for Python
2015-05-27 wyn 1.0.0 Hello World
2015-05-27 mkv 0.1.5 Merge and split mkv files usign mkvextract and mkvmerge.

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