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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 113141 packages here.
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2017-07-26 PyMSNumpress 0.2.1
2017-07-26 mattoolkit 0.0.17 Material Toolkit cli and library
2017-07-26 xeno 2.0.0 The Python dependency injector from outer space.
2017-07-26 canadian-nutrient-file 0.0.3
2017-07-26 parsar 0.2.0 Python SAR data parser
2017-07-26 FlexGet 2.10.74 FlexGet is a program aimed to automate downloading or processing content (torrents, podcasts, etc.) from different sources like RSS-feeds, html-pages, various sites and more.
2017-07-26 chrome-pass 0.2.3 Chrome Native application for pass - the standard Unix password manager
2017-07-26 django-afip 3.2.3 AFIP integration for django
2017-07-26 lizard 1.12.12 A code analyzer without caring the C/C++ header files. It works with Java, C/C++, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, Swift, Objective C. Metrics includes cyclomatic complexity number etc.
2017-07-26 amaascore 0.4.5 Asset Management as a Service - Core SDK
2017-07-26 terrascript 0.2.0 Python module for creating Terraform configurations
2017-07-26 ezhost 1.4.8 Let server install became simple and easy.
2017-07-26 sickrage 9.0.31 Automatic Video Library Manager for TV Shows
2017-07-26 glow-navigator 0.2.3 Tool for navigating Glow object relationships
2017-07-26 pdfconv 1.0.6 PDF Converter
2017-07-26 python-openstackclient 3.12.0 OpenStack Command-line Client
2017-07-26 python-troveclient 2.11.0 Client library for OpenStack DBaaS API
2017-07-26 docker-harpoon 0.8.1 Opinionated wrapper around docker
2017-07-26 imgbot 1.3.1 Subreddit image downloader.
2017-07-26 prerender 0.8.0 Render JavaScript-rendered page as HTML using headless Chrome
2017-07-26 redis_timeseries 0.1.8 Timeseries API built on top of Redis
2017-07-26 datasploit 1.0 A framework to perform various OSINT techniques, aggregate all the raw data, and give data in multiple formats.
2017-07-26 1.0.1 Python wrapper for using riot games league of legends api
2017-07-26 setuptools 36.2.3 Easily download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages
2017-07-26 exp10it 2.6.8 this is a package about web security
2017-07-26 creh-urltrace 0.0.7 Url trace application
2017-07-26 djaodjin-deployutils 0.4.3 Management commands to deploy Django webapps
2017-07-26 clacker 0.0.0
2017-07-26 meet 1.2.7 A simple cli utility to create a meeting notes document in either a google doc on google drive or in markdown in your directory of choice
2017-07-26 reportTelegram 0.3 A telegram bot that helps you to keep the group clean by a report system with kicks and ban times.
2017-07-26 ccxt 1.1.83 A library for cryptocurrency trading and e-commerce with support for many bitcoin/ether/altcoin exchange markets and merchant APIs
2017-07-26 MetPX-sarracenia 2.17.7a1 Subscribe, Acquire, and Re-Advertise products.
2017-07-26 zeption 0.1.0 Python package to add text to images, textures and different backgrounds
2017-07-26 TracTicketGraph 1.0.6 Graphs Trac tickets over time
2017-07-26 UW-RestClients-bookstore 0.4 A library for connecting to the UW Bookstore API
2017-07-26 haystack-reverse 0.42 Reverse C Structures from a process' memory
2017-07-26 azurerm 0.8.10 Azure Resource Manager REST wrappers
2017-07-26 sukhoi 1.0.0 Minimalist and powerful Web Crawler.
2017-07-26 EQcorrscan 0.2.4 EQcorrscan - matched-filter earthquake detection and analysis
2017-07-26 pipeline-ai-cli 0.8 PipelineAI CLI

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