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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 58330 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2015-04-21 harvest_api_client 1.0.12 A client for the Harvest API (getharvest.com)
2015-04-21 dbviewer 0.2.1.0 SQLite database editor/viewer
2015-04-21 WikiTextParser 0.3.1 A simple, purely python, WikiText parsing tool.
2015-04-21 pyriem 0.1.22 A statistics collection framework for Riemann.
2015-04-21 django-protractor 0.5 Easily integrate your protractor tests with django
2015-04-21 printInternalList 1.4.0 A sample printer of nested lists
2015-04-21 gcloudoem 0.1.0.dev1 gcloud-datastore-oem is a Python Object-Entity Mapper for working with Google Datastore.
2015-04-21 django-notifications-hq 0.7.0 GitHub notifications alike app for Django.
2015-04-21 django-report-builder 3.1.6 Query and Report builder for Django ORM
2015-04-21 py-translate 1.0.3 A Translation Tool for Humans
2015-04-21 rodeo 0.1.5 an ide for data analysis in python
2015-04-21 django-report-utils 0.3.4 Common report functions used by django-report-builder and django-report-scaffold.
2015-04-21 optional-django 0.2.1 Utils for providing optional support for django
2015-04-21 BucketCache 0.5 Versatile persisent file cache.
2015-04-21 asyncoro 3.2 Python framework for concurrent, distributed, asynchronous network programming with coroutines, asynchronous completions and message passing.
2015-04-21 flowerbox 1.0.0.dev0 Server for mostly static sites
2015-04-21 vcstool 0.1.13 vcstool provides a command line tool to invoke vcs commands on multiple repositories.
2015-04-21 naarad 1.0.14 Naarad is a Performance Analysis tool
2015-04-21 platytpus-conquistador 0.0.8-dev Platypus Conquistador
2015-04-21 sdetools 4.4.22 SD Element Tools: A collection of SD Elements integration tools built around SD Elements API.
2015-04-21 lob 2.14 Lob Python Bindings
2015-04-21 splunk_handler 1.1.2 A Python logging handler that sends your logs to Splunk
2015-04-21 logging-prometheus 0.0.1 Exports logging metrics for Prometheus.io.
2015-04-21 tree_sisters 0.0.3 UNKNOWN
2015-04-21 h5netcdf 0.2.0 netCDF4 via h5py
2015-04-21 compysition 1.1.01-dev Build event pipeline servers with minimal effort.
2015-04-21 scription 0.74.14 simple script parameter parser
2015-04-21 junit-xml 1.4 Creates JUnit XML test result documents that can be read by tools such as Jenkins
2015-04-21 marathoner 1.2.9 Testing tool for TopCoder marathon matches.
2015-04-21 jb_nester 1.0.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-04-20 picnic-python 0.2.0 Picnic API Python client library
2015-04-20 ud-py-moneyed 0.5.1 Provides Currency and Money classes for use in your Python code.
2015-04-20 pywebhdfs 0.3.0 UNKNOWN
2015-04-20 ud-django-activity-stream 0.5.1 Generate generic activity streams from the actions on your site. Users can follow any actor's activities for personalized streams.
2015-04-20 rancidcmd 0.1.6 RANCID Command Wrapper.
2015-04-20 apicapi 1.0.4 This library provides an interface to the APIC REST api.
2015-04-20 django-argonauts 1.1.1 A lightweight collection of JSON helpers for Django.
2015-04-20 trollius_redis 0.1.4 PEP 3156 implementation of the redis protocol.
2015-04-20 Comet 1.2.2 VOEvent Broker
2015-04-20 pyrdio 1.0.2 A simple Python wrapper for Rdio's API

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