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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 65852 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2015-09-05 kc 1.0.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-09-05 chinese_cloud 1.1 UNKNOWN
2015-09-05 frappe-bench 0.91 Multi-tenant platform to manage Frappe / ERPNext
2015-09-05 Flask-JSONAPIView 0.0.4 Building blocks for JSON API endpoints for Flask
2015-09-05 zimuzu 0.1.0 Do sign for ZIMUZU: http://www.zimuzu.tv
2015-09-05 dj-paginator 0.2.1 A super-simple set of pagination tools for Django 1.8+
2015-09-05 sorno-py-scripts 0.26.0 Herman Tai's python scripts all prefixed with "sorno_"
2015-09-05 spotify-ripper 2.4.2 a small ripper for Spotify that rips Spotify URIs to audio files
2015-09-05 pypebbleapi 1.0.0 Pebble-api for python.
2015-09-05 nagios-check-supervisord 0.2.5 Check supervisord programs status Nagios plugin
2015-09-05 ghizmo 0.1.4 ghizmo: Extensible GitHub command-line tricks
2015-09-05 pyhocon 0.3.10 HOCON parser for Python
2015-09-05 django_batch_uploader 0.5 Batch Uploading Mechanism for Django Admin
2015-09-05 traceguide 1.0.7 Official Traceguide Library for Python
2015-09-05 unixpackage 0.1.5 One command to install equivalent packages in Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Fedora, Red Hat and Mac OS X.
2015-09-05 backup2swift 0.9.4 Backup data to OpenStack Swift
2015-09-05 flask_ext_migrate 0.0.1 A sourcecode manipulation tool for converting imports.
2015-09-05 user-agents 1.0.0 A library to identify devices (phones, tablets) and their capabilities by parsing (browser/HTTP) user agent strings
2015-09-04 moneywagon 1.6.1 Next Generation Cryptocurrency Platform
2015-09-04 eventsourcing 0.8.2 Event sourcing in Python
2015-09-04 NominaFlora 0.1.5 Generates new flower names
2015-09-04 czech-sort 0.3 Text sorting function for the Czech language
2015-09-04 aws_syncr 0.1 Application that reads yaml and syncs definitions with amazon
2015-09-04 astroplan 0.1 Observation planning package for astronomers
2015-09-04 SFrame 0.1 SFrame enables developers and data scientists to apply machine learning to build state of the art data products.
2015-09-04 rpy2 2.6.3 Python interface to the R language (embedded R)
2015-09-04 mooltipy 0.3.1 Mooltipass command line utilities and development library.
2015-09-04 Neighborhoodize 0.9 Utility for translating lat, long coordinates into neighborhoods in various cities
2015-09-04 repl 1.0 Run command as REPL-environment (useful for git!).
2015-09-04 graphistry 0.9.8 Visualize node-link graphs using Graphistry's cloud
2015-09-04 django-record 0.2.3 Models and mixins for recording changes in Django models
2015-09-04 ecmcli 2.0.0 Command Line Interface for Cradlepoint ECM
2015-09-04 shellish 0.3.0 A framework for CLI/shell programs.
2015-09-04 dms_tools 1.1.7 Deep mutational scanning (DMS) analysis tools.
2015-09-04 iiif2 0.0.32 An implementation of the IIIF Image API 2.0 Specification
2015-09-04 mintlabs 0.1.2 This is a python API to interact with the Mint-Labs platform.
2015-09-04 pykafka 1.1.1 Full-Featured Pure-Python Kafka Client
2015-09-04 libhxl 2.0 Python support for the Humanitarian Exchange Language (HXL).
2015-09-04 zest.releaser 5.5 Software releasing made easy and repeatable
2015-09-04 WordBuilder 0.1.3 Creates new words based on an input corpus

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