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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 126872 packages here.
To contact the PyPI admins, please use the Support or Bug reports links.


Get Packages

To use a package from this index either "pip install package" (get pip) or download, unpack and "python setup.py install" it.

Package Authors

Submit packages with "python setup.py upload". You can also use twine! The index hosts package docs. You must register. Testing? Use testpypi.

Infrastructure

To interoperate with the index use the JSON, XML-RPC or HTTP interfaces. Use local mirroring or caching to make installation more robust.


UpdatedPackageDescription
2018-01-16 stone-burner 0.7.1 Give more power to Terraform.
2018-01-16 wspr-server 0.1.4
2018-01-16 ncagg 0.5.0 Utility for aggregation of NetCDF data.
2018-01-16 release-exporter 1.0.3 Release exporter for GitHub and GitLab.
2018-01-16 pyjtalk 1.0.2 Open-Jtalk Python wrapper
2018-01-16 ioflo-py-multiversion-dev 1.7.9 Flow Based Programming Automated Reasoning Engine and Automation Operation System
2018-01-16 setupmyos 0.3.2 https://github.com/setupmystack/setupmyos
2018-01-16 pretalx 0.3.0 Conference organization: CfPs, scheduling, much more
2018-01-16 nupxrd 0.3.1 Extract raw data from a .dat file generated on the XRD equipment
2018-01-16 shell49 0.0.36 Micropython remote shell
2018-01-16 cwltool 1.0.20180116213856 Common workflow language reference implementation
2018-01-16 dutree 1.3 Disk usage summary, showing large dirs/files
2018-01-16 astrobase 0.3.3 Python modules and scripts useful for variable star work in astronomy.
2018-01-16 ceph-deploy 2.0.0 Deploy Ceph with minimal infrastructure
2018-01-16 vezda 0.1.10 A set of command-line tools for imaging with the linear sampling method
2018-01-16 ansible-inventory-grapher 2.4.5 Creates graphs representing ansible inventory
2018-01-16 dynarehelper 0.0.3 A package for using Dynare++ and Octave to solve dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models
2018-01-16 pipin-req 0.1.4 Pin versions in requirements file
2018-01-16 schemaindex 0.23 An indexing engine for different types of data sources, including HDFS, Mysql, etc.
2018-01-16 dj-core-drf 0.1.0 A self-contained and extensible Django Rest Framework environment
2018-01-16 fitsne 0.2.0 Fast Fourier Transform-accelerated Interpolation-based t-SNE (FIt-SNE)
2018-01-16 Wallop 0.0.0 A Python program for performing NAT punchthrough.
2018-01-16 SteamRoller 1.0.20.dev0 An experimental framework for text classification experiments
2018-01-16 tap-db2 0.2.5 Singer.io tap for extracting data from DB2
2018-01-16 django-generic-scaffold 0.5.2 Generic scaffolding for Django
2018-01-16 homeassistant 0.61.1 Open-source home automation platform running on Python 3.
2018-01-16 RESTinstance 1.0.0b4 Robot Framework test library for (RESTful) JSON APIs
2018-01-16 purity_fb 1.2 Purity//FB REST Client
2018-01-16 spring-aws 1.0.0 Generic AWS Utilities
2018-01-16 google-apitools 0.5.21 client libraries for humans
2018-01-16 backup2s3 0.2 Backup files and mysql to AWS S3
2018-01-16 kooki 0.10.0 The ultimate document generator.
2018-01-16 denarius 2018.1.16.2213 currency and other utilities
2018-01-16 ghostscript 0.6 Interface to the Ghostscript C-API, both high- and low-level, based on ctypes
2018-01-16 datasmash 0.1.3 Quantifier of universal similarity amongst arbitrary data streams without a priori knowledge, features, or training.
2018-01-16 otree 2.0.1 oTree is a toolset that makes it easy to create and administer web-based social science experiments.
2018-01-16 structural 2.0.0.post4 A module for a wide variety of methods that permit access to the constraint information in the stoichiometry matrix.
2018-01-16 PSTymer 0.0.1 Monitor time for Python code
2018-01-16 molecule 2.7.0 Molecule aids in the development and testing of Ansible roles.
2018-01-16 django-smoke-tests 0.2.2 Smoke tests for Django project.

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