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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 62320 packages here.
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2015-07-03 vcrpy 1.6.0 Automatically mock your HTTP interactions to simplify and speed up testing
2015-07-03 django-report-builder 3.1.12 Query and Report builder for Django ORM
2015-07-03 ucitests 0.1.8 Ubuntu Continuous Integration test tools.
2015-07-03 struthon 0.0 Structural engineering design Python application
2015-07-03 mozci 0.8.2 It is a commandline client and python library to interact with Mozilla's Buildbot CI (and TaskCluster in the future). It simplifies and unifies querying and triggering jobs.
2015-07-03 iso-639 0.4.2 Python library for ISO 639 standard
2015-07-03 asymm-enum 0.3.5-201507031055 Java style enums for Python
2015-07-03 currencycloud 0.7.0 Python SDK for the Currency Cloud API.
2015-07-03 whtc.recipe.configmanager 1.1 A buildout recipe to manage auto-populating portions of shared configuration files that cannot simply be overwritten.
2015-07-03 python-taiga 0.3.1 Taiga python API
2015-07-03 apigen 1.2.12 Easily create a CLI and JSON-RPC interface from a common API definition.
2015-07-03 django-access-tools 1.0.0 An abstract access manager for Django.
2015-07-03 oar-docker 0.5.10 Manage a small OAR developpement cluster with docker.
2015-07-03 awsclpy 0.3 Chain AWSCLI commands.
2015-07-03 birding 0.0.0
2015-07-03 yg.lockfile 2.1 Lockfile object with timeouts and context manager
2015-07-03 flask-oauth-toolkit 0.9.5 Flask OAuth Toolkit adds OAuth support to Flask using OAuthLib.
2015-07-03 grandalf 0.555 Graph and drawing algorithms framework
2015-07-03 sparmap 1.0.4 A Simple PARallel MAP implementation for Python.
2015-07-03 taskforge 0.1.1 Plugin-friendly workflow system for interacting with taskwarrior tasks
2015-07-03 twarc 0.3.1 command line utility to archive Twitter search results as line-oriented-json
2015-07-03 w3af-api-client 1.0.3 REST API client to consume w3af
2015-07-03 django-tequila 2.0.4 A Tequila authentication backend for django
2015-07-03 SimPyLC 1.1.13 SimPyLC PLC simulator, after its C++ big brother that has controlled industrial installations for more than 20 years now
2015-07-03 django-view-timer 0.2 Django View Timer
2015-07-03 beautifulsoup4 4.4.0 Screen-scraping library
2015-07-03 pycaption 0.4.6 Closed caption converter
2015-07-03 saunter 2.0.0 An opinionated WebDriver-based framework
2015-07-03 digue 0.0.4 Lilypond new score wizard
2015-07-03 dossier.models 0.6.15.dev1 Active learning models
2015-07-03 reHCstar 2.1.3 A SAT-based program to compute a haplotype configuration on pedigrees with recombinations, genotyping errors, and missing genotypes over biallelic and multi-allelic loci.
2015-07-03 Wextracto 0.7.5 Web Data Extraction Library Written in Python
2015-07-03 lymph 0.4.0 UNKNOWN
2015-07-03 edeposit.amqp.ltp 0.11.3 E-Deposit's AMQP binding to Long Time Preservation system.
2015-07-03 stackhut 0.1.2 Run your software in the cloud
2015-07-03 odoo-ook 5.0.7 UNKNOWN
2015-07-03 Stetl 1.0.8 Stetl provides transformation for spatial data
2015-07-03 sitemap-generator 0.2.10 web crawler and sitemap generator.
2015-07-03 osdbinfos 0.0.9 Identify videos files from opensubtitle webservice
2015-07-03 packtools 0.7.5 Handle SPS packages like a breeze.

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