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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 87552 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-08-30 vim-vint 0.3.10 Lint tool for Vim script Language
2016-08-30 PI_INFO_SENDER 0.0.12 An demonstration of how to create, document, and publish to the cheese shop a5 pypi.org.
2016-08-30 ghost-ship 0.3.2 Nomad ghost ship deploy
2016-08-30 esf 1.0.1 A file formatting engine for python arrays
2016-08-30 awsgi 0.0.2 asynchronous wsgi server
2016-08-30 cpp-coveralls 0.3.12 Upload gcov to coveralls.io
2016-08-30 lykability 1.0.0 Using empythy to score likability based on sentiment analysis of recent tweets about a given person
2016-08-30 aws-adfs 0.1.3 AWS Cli authenticator via ADFS - small command-line tool to authenticate via ADFS and assume chosen role
2016-08-30 gs_reply_bot 1.1.0 Automatic reply bot for GNU Social.
2016-08-30 merkle-proofs 0.0.2 library for generating and validating Merkle Trees and receipts, compliant with chainpoint v2
2016-08-30 doctr 1.2 Deploy docs from Travis to GitHub pages.
2016-08-30 gs_media_bot 1.0.0 Bot for posting media to GNU Social.
2016-08-30 extargsparse 0.3.2 extension class for argparse with json configuration
2016-08-30 agavepy 0.3.12 SDK for Agave
2016-08-30 flarecast-service 0.1.0.68 Flarecast Service is the base package of all flarecast connexion services.
2016-08-30 flarecast-utils 1.4.1.52 Flarecast utils provides tools to interact with the flarecast infrastructure.
2016-08-30 poretools 0.6.0 A toolset for working with nanopore sequencing data
2016-08-30 stormweb 0.0.1 Lightning-fast asynchronous web framework for Python 3.5+
2016-08-30 stormhttp 0.0.21 Lightning-fast HTTP primitives based on httptools
2016-08-30 DeepLearningStack 0.0.9 A Python package for creating deep network graphs using Theano
2016-08-30 Flask-Pure 0.3 Flask-Pure - a Flask extension for Pure.css
2016-08-30 mosaic-music 0.16.0 A cross-platform cover art focused music player.
2016-08-30 gym_vnc 0.0.3
2016-08-30 django-registry 0.3.6 Django Registry by Harvard CGA
2016-08-30 jsbeautifier 1.6.4 JavaScript unobfuscator and beautifier.
2016-08-30 ltadatamallcrawler 0.2.1 A package that gets traffic data from LTA datamall APIs.
2016-08-30 smop 0.29 Matlab to Python converter
2016-08-30 OpenVulnQuery 0.6 A python-based module(s) to query the Cisco PSIRT openVuln API.
2016-08-30 s3tail 0.1.1 Console utility app to retrieve and cat files stored in AWS S3
2016-08-30 sprockets.http 1.3.0 Tornado HTTP application runner
2016-08-30 UpdateSystem 0.0.2 update system
2016-08-30 rask_njord_brtools 0.0.14 Rask BRTools Client
2016-08-30 sirepo 20160830.23448 accelerator code gui
2016-08-30 gallium 1.0.0 A micro CLI development framework
2016-08-30 osnap 0.0 Turns Python applications into native applications
2016-08-30 outbit-cli 0.0.6 The command line and control center of a Data Center or Cloud.
2016-08-30 imagination 2.0.0 Reusable Component Framework
2016-08-30 cmsync 0.7 A simple module to sync local folders that can run commands after the transfer.
2016-08-30 django-asyncmailer 1.4.1 Async email solution w/ multiple SMTP credentials, load-balancing and blacklist.
2016-08-30 redisworks 0.2.6 Pythonic Redis Client.

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