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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 130385 packages here.
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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.

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UpdatedPackageDescription
2018-02-24 serializabledict 0.0.2 A simple serializable dict
2018-02-24 anyblok_attachment 1.0.2 Versionned attachment for AnyBlok
2018-02-24 huntsgambit 0.2.1
2018-02-24 stylelens-crawl-amazon 0.0.18 stylelens-crawl-amazon
2018-02-24 batchcompute-sge 1.3.5 Alibaba Cloud BatchCompute SGE command line interface
2018-02-24 prance 0.9.0 Swagger/OpenAPI 2.0 Parser
2018-02-24 chroma-feedback 3.0.0 Turn your Razer keyboard, mouse or headphone into a extreme feedback device
2018-02-24 AnyBlok 0.17.1 Anyblok is a dynamic injection blok framework
2018-02-24 pipenv 10.0.1 Python Development Workflow for Humans.
2018-02-24 zigate 0.9.0 python library for the zigate gateway (zigbee) http://zigate.fr
2018-02-24 litkit 0.0.8 data analysis convenience package
2018-02-24 umbr-api 0.1.1rc2 Cisco Umbrella Enforcement API wrapper and command-line utility
2018-02-24 django-djconfig 0.6.0 DjConfig is a Django app for storing dynamic configurations.
2018-02-24 pylibcklb 1.2.0 The pylibcklb is a library of functions and classes created from me and were used in different other projects of me.
2018-02-24 nameko-sqlalchemy 1.1.0 SQLAlchemy dependency for nameko services
2018-02-24 KATO-BASE 1.2.15 Custom module build on top of flask app builder for internal use.
2018-02-24 bidict 0.15.0.dev1 Efficient, Pythonic bidirectional map implementation and related functionality
2018-02-24 py-whoisxmlapi 0.1.4 Python3 WhoisService data parser
2018-02-24 bittrex-websocket 0.0.6.4 The unofficial Python websocket client for the Bittrex Cryptocurrency Exchange
2018-02-24 ant_nest 0.30.2 A simple and clear Web Crawler framework build on python3.6+ with async
2018-02-24 ct 0.10.3.2 Modern minimal web framework
2018-02-24 python-mpesa 0.1.10 M-Pesa API G2 Python adapter
2018-02-24 gdb-tools 1.2 Various tools to improve the gdb experience
2018-02-24 business-duration 0.2 Calculates business duration in days, hours, minutes and seconds by excluding weekends, public holidays and non-business hours
2018-02-24 pypegasus 0.1 python client for xiaomi/pegasus
2018-02-24 pyzigate 0.1.3.post1 Interface library for ZiGate (http://zigate./fr)
2018-02-24 celerybeat-sqlalchemy-scheduler 0.1.1 Celery Beat Scheduler which stores entries in a database.
2018-02-24 influxdb-logging 1.0.4 InfluxDB logging handlers
2018-02-24 pgzero 1.2 A zero-boilerplate 2D games framework
2018-02-24 plash 0.506 Container build and run tool
2018-02-24 utopian 0.5.2 A CLI for the Utopian.io API.
2018-02-24 gnss-tec 1.0.1 Total electron content reconstruction using GNSS data
2018-02-24 SimPyClassic 2.3.4 Event discrete, process based simulation for Python.
2018-02-24 tb-nightly 1.7.0a20180224 TensorBoard lets you watch Tensors Flow
2018-02-24 loady 1.8.1 loady lets you load Python libraries, JSON and raw text dynamically from git
2018-02-24 muesr 0.1.1 Magnetic structure and mUon Embedding Site Refinement
2018-02-24 md2reveal 1.1.4 Converting markdown to reveal.js html page
2018-02-24 cwltool 1.0.20180224111654 Common workflow language reference implementation
2018-02-24 duckietown-swarm 1.0.77
2018-02-24 melon-music-player 3.post1 A MusicPlayer which can be controlled by different clients

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