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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 117677 packages here.
To contact the PyPI admins, please use the Support or Bug reports links.


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To use a package from this index either "pip install package" (get pip) or download, unpack and "python setup.py install" it.

Package Authors

Submit packages with "python setup.py upload". You can also use twine! The index hosts package docs. You must register. Testing? Use testpypi.

Infrastructure

To interoperate with the index use the JSON, XML-RPC or HTTP interfaces. Use local mirroring or caching to make installation more robust.


UpdatedPackageDescription
2017-09-23 papertrail-cli 1.0.31 Papertrail Command Line Utils
2017-09-23 githubstars 0.0.3 List repository stars and info through Gituhb v4 GraphQL API
2017-09-23 listorm 0.2.3 SQL ORM API for table type of dict-list
2017-09-23 nanohttp 0.16.6 A very micro http framework.
2017-09-23 iterm-theme-generator 0.1.0 Generate iTerm2 colors from an image
2017-09-23 grole 0.2.0 A simple asyncio based web framework
2017-09-23 cartoview 1.3.0 Cartoview is a GIS web mapping application framework to easily share and deploy apps based on Geonode
2017-09-23 wpm 1.20 Console app for measuring typing speed in words per minute (WPM)
2017-09-23 panic 6.3.2 PANIC, a python Alarm System for TANGO
2017-09-23 spinners 0.0.6 Spinners for terminals
2017-09-23 passme 0.1.3 Password management with command line
2017-09-23 texools 0.1.3 Package containing tools for working with text and text files.
2017-09-23 libtiff 0.4.1 PyLibTiff: a Python tiff library.
2017-09-23 netmiko 1.4.3 Multi-vendor library to simplify Paramiko SSH connections to network devices
2017-09-23 xdice 1.1.2 The swiss knife for Dice roll : Command line, API (documented!), advanced dice notation parser, compilable patterns...etc.
2017-09-23 python-locker 1.0.1 A place to keep your valuables.
2017-09-23 labelord 0.0 Simple toolkit for manipulating the GitHub labels of multiple repositories.
2017-09-23 partridge 0.1.0 Partridge is python library for working with GTFS feeds using pandas DataFrames.
2017-09-23 log_symbols 0.0.4 Colored symbols for various log levels for Python
2017-09-23 nanoscope 0.12.1 Library to parse and process of Nanoscope Dimension AFM files
2017-09-23 reactjo 2.2.1 Extensible scaffolding engine.
2017-09-23 extract-todo 0.1.1 extract TODOs
2017-09-23 scotchwsgi 0.1.9
2017-09-23 ekphrasis 0.2.0 Text processing tool, geared towards text from social networks, such as Twitter or Facebook. Ekphrasis performs tokenization, word normalization, word segmentation (for splitting hashtags) and spell correction.
2017-09-23 youtube_dl 2017.9.24 YouTube video downloader
2017-09-23 hcprequestanalytics 1.1.0 hcprequestanalytics - analyze HCP HTTP request logs
2017-09-23 snipsskills 0.1.6.12 Snips Skills Manager
2017-09-23 whitenoise 4.0b4 Radically simplified static file serving for WSGI applications
2017-09-23 semver 2.7.9 Python helper for Semantic Versioning (http://semver.org/)
2017-09-23 bob.bio.spear 3.1.1 Tools for running speaker recognition experiments
2017-09-23 km3pipe 7.5.3 An analysis framework for KM3NeT
2017-09-23 nemea-pycommon 1.3.2 Common Python modules and methods of the NEMEA system.
2017-09-23 tem-py 0.5.1 Python OOP Templating System
2017-09-23 bob.db.youtube 2.1.4 Youtube Faces Database Access API for Bob
2017-09-23 eyeD3 0.8.2 Python audio data toolkit (ID3 and MP3)
2017-09-23 bob.db.xm2vts 2.1.4 XM2VTS Database Access API for Bob
2017-09-23 bob.db.kboc16 2.0.11 KBOC16 Database Access API for Bob
2017-09-23 bob.db.voicepa 1.0.2 Audio voicePA Presentation Attack Database Access API for Bob
2017-09-23 bob.db.scface 2.1.5 SCface Database Access API for Bob
2017-09-23 jsonextended 0.6.2 Extending the python json package functionality

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