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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 42544 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. Browse all packages or use the search box above.

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Infrastructure

To interoperate with the index use the JSON, OAuth, XML-RPC or HTTP interfaces. Use the mirror infrastructure to download even if the primary site is unavailable.


UpdatedPackageDescription
2014-04-19 stl 0.0.1 UNKNOWN
2014-04-19 mnml-db 0.1 A NoSQL key-value datastore written in Python.
2014-04-19 BarkingOwl 0.0.16 Scalable web crawler.
2014-04-19 neural 0.1.0 Simple neural network implementation in Python based on Andrew Ng's Machine Learning online course.
2014-04-19 qgmap 0.2 Google Map widget for PySyde/PyQt4
2014-04-19 pb_nester 1.0.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2014-04-19 rdcli 0.6 Use Read-Debrid from your command line !
2014-04-19 utrace 1.0.0 Python wrapper for utrace.de XML API.
2014-04-19 moviepy 0.2.1.7.20 Module for script-based video editing
2014-04-19 Flask-AppBuilder 0.7.8 Simple and rapid Application builder, includes detailed security, auto form generation, google charts and much more.
2014-04-19 daysgrounded 0.0.9 Manage child(s) grounded days.
2014-04-19 yelp_bytes 0.1.1 Utilities for dealing with byte strings, invented and maintained by Yelp.
2014-04-19 conditional 1.1 Conditionally enter a context manager
2014-04-19 apply 1.3 An apply function for Python 2 and 3
2014-04-19 lazy 1.2 Lazy attributes for Python objects
2014-04-19 checklists 0.4.2 A reusable Django model for managing checklists of birds.
2014-04-19 term 2.1 An enhanced version of the tty module
2014-04-19 pyquickhelper 0.4.108 Three functionalities: folder synchronization, a logging function, helpers to generate documentatino with sphinx
2014-04-19 orcsome 0.5.0 Scripting extension for NETWM compliant window managers
2014-04-19 web.py-modules v0.1 Optional modules for web.py framework.
2014-04-19 pyinit 0.0.1 A cli tool for initializing a python module
2014-04-19 micropython-heapq 0.9 CPython heapq module ported to MicroPython
2014-04-19 existence 0.2.1 Checks static .html files for bad links
2014-04-19 twitter.common.jira 0.1.0 twitter.common thin library for interacting with JIRA.
2014-04-19 twitter.common.java 0.1.0 Utilities for interacting with Java classes and JVM internals.
2014-04-19 twitter.common.git 0.1.0 twitter.common library for interacting with Git.
2014-04-19 vk_api 4.7.1 Module to use API vk.com
2014-04-19 twitter.common.metrics 0.1.1 twitter.common metrics registry and collector.
2014-04-19 googlescholar_scrapper 0.0.3 UNKNOWN
2014-04-19 djangocms-blog 0.2b2 A djangoCMS 3 blog application
2014-04-19 micropython-select 0.0.1 select module to MicroPython
2014-04-19 zqtable 0.0.14 Tabular and time-sequence data in pure python
2014-04-19 Melopy 0.1.1 Python music library
2014-04-19 micropython-os 0.0.2 os module for MicroPython
2014-04-19 secpass_gui 0.1.0 Secure Passwords GUI
2014-04-19 django-chang 0.1.0 Simple Django utility library including a Jinja2 connection
2014-04-19 pyant 0.0.2 ant by python
2014-04-19 autoarchive 1.1.1 A simple backup utility.
2014-04-19 autoarchive 1.0.2 A simple backup utility.
2014-04-19 djangocms-page-meta 0.4.0 OpenGraph, Twitter Card and Google+ snippet tags for django CMS 3 pages

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