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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 67677 packages here.
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2015-10-09 pygrok 0.6.0 A Python library to parse strings and extract information from structured/unstructured data
2015-10-09 touchworks 0.3 Allscripts Touchworks API Client for Python
2015-10-09 charmy 0.1.1 Automated PyCharm installer for Linux.
2015-10-09 ipfs-api 0.2.2 IPFS API Bindings for Python
2015-10-09 sitemap_python 0.1.0 UNKNOWN
2015-10-09 gengo 0.1.28 Official Python library for interfacing with the Gengo API.
2015-10-09 sd-ironmq 0.1.2 Server Density plugin to monitor IronMQs
2015-10-09 FlexGet 1.2.359 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.
2015-10-09 pysco 0.1
2015-10-09 ndio 0.0.6 A Python library for neuroscience data access and manipulation.
2015-10-09 shannon 0.1 Compute entropy, Shannon's information and several related quantities
2015-10-09 ohmu 0.4.0 View space usage in your terminal.
2015-10-09 toil 3.1.0a1.dev37 Pipeline management software for clusters.
2015-10-09 watson-developer-cloud 0.1.3 Client library to use the IBM Watson Services
2015-10-09 nester111 1.1.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-10-09 Djracula_test 0.23 A Django app for bacula web application.
2015-10-09 cenpy 0.9.0 Explore and download data from Census APIs
2015-10-09 Wextracto 0.8.4 Web Data Extraction Library Written in Python
2015-10-09 cwltool 1.0.20151009020717 Common workflow language reference implementation
2015-10-09 configloader 1.0.0.dev1 Python dict that supports common app configuration-loading scenarios.
2015-10-09 KloudBuster 0.4.1 KloudBuster is an open source tool that allows anybody to load any Neutron OpenStack cloud at massive data plane scale swiftly and effortlessly.
2015-10-09 prt_nestedList 1.4.1 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-10-09 tstoolbox Command line script to manipulate time series files.
2015-10-09 ShadowOui 1.2.12 Shadow, Ray-tracing simulation software
2015-10-09 threadpool 1.2.4 Easy to use object-oriented thread pool framework
2015-10-09 relevanced-client 0.9.0rc1 Python client for relevanced-server.
2015-10-09 django-typed-models 0.5.0 Sane single table model inheritance for Django
2015-10-09 Flask-API 0.6.4 Browsable web APIs for Flask.
2015-10-09 print_lol_ct 1.0.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-10-09 pagarme-python 2.1.1 Python
2015-10-09 pre_commit 0.6.1 A framework for managing and maintaining multi-language pre-commit hooks.
2015-10-09 streamcorpus_pipeline 0.7.15.dev5 Tools for building streamcorpus objects, such as those used in TREC.
2015-10-09 httpmultipart 0.1.0 A httpmultipart post handler
2015-10-09 jsonrpclib 0.1.6 This project is an implementation of the JSON-RPC v2.0 specification (backwards-compatible) as a client library.
2015-10-09 mezzanine-smartling 0.1 Send Mezzanine Page and Django model contents to Smartling for translations. When the translation is finished the page is saved into an admin view in which it pends for site specific approval.
2015-10-09 mpseudo 0.0.1 Computation of pseudospectra of square matrices in parallel
2015-10-09 mesos.interface 0.21.2 Mesos interfaces
2015-10-09 mesos.interface 0.22.2 Mesos interfaces
2015-10-09 vos 2.1 Tools for interacting with CADC VOSpace.
2015-10-09 byrlogin 1.1.3 北邮人登录网关脚本

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