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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 96773 packages here.
To contact the PyPI admins, please use the Support or Bug reports links.


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


UpdatedPackageDescription
2017-01-17 django-translation-server 0.5.7.2.4 A Django translation server
2017-01-17 menhir 0.0.9 A build tool for monolithic repositories
2017-01-17 python-tumblpy 1.1.3 A Python Library to interface with Tumblr v2 REST API & OAuth
2017-01-17 caine_nester 1.2.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2017-01-17 g3ar 0.1.8 Python Coding Toolkit for Pentester.
2017-01-17 netjsonconfig 0.5.3 Netjsonconfig is a python library that converts NetJSON DeviceConfiguration objects into real router configurations that can be installed on systems like OpenWRT or OpenWisp Firmware.
2017-01-17 avocado-framework 45.0 Avocado Test Framework
2017-01-17 isatools 0.5.0 ISA-API
2017-01-17 todotxtio 0.2.2 A simple Python module to parse, manipulate and write Todo.txt data
2017-01-17 matplotlib 2.0.0 Python plotting package
2017-01-17 asn1crypto 0.20.0 Fast ASN.1 parser and serializer with definitions for private keys, public keys, certificates, CRL, OCSP, CMS, PKCS#3, PKCS#7, PKCS#8, PKCS#12, PKCS#5, X.509 and TSP
2017-01-17 cumulusci 2.0.0b7 Build and release tools for Salesforce developers
2017-01-17 keepass_cli 0.1.3 A cli interface to keepass/libkeepass
2017-01-17 wrun 0.1.4 Run Remote Windows Executables
2017-01-17 devstack-tools 0.1.0 Devstack Helper Tools in Python
2017-01-17 PlyPlus 0.7.4 a friendly yet powerful LR-parser written in Python
2017-01-17 wildfly-py 0.0.4 WildFly Management Python API
2017-01-17 spead2 1.2.2 High-performance SPEAD implementation
2017-01-17 tcconfig 0.7.0a4 A Simple tc command wrapper tool. Easy to set up traffic control of network bandwidth/latency/packet-loss to a network interface.
2017-01-17 collective.contact.contactlist 1.2 Manage lists of contacts
2017-01-17 manipulator 0.0.1 Python data manipulation made braindead
2017-01-17 django-oscar-wagtail 0.2.0 Integration between Django Oscar and Wagtail
2017-01-17 pyhpeimc 1.0.37 Python binding for HPE IMC REST API Interface
2017-01-17 orange-datashare 1.0.0b11 A client library for Orange Datashare
2017-01-17 putio.py 4.1.1 Python client for put.io API v2
2017-01-17 andle 1.7.0 android dependency sync tool
2017-01-17 somecomfort 0.4.1 A client for Honeywell's US-based cloud devices
2017-01-17 seed-identity-store 0.9.1 Seed Identity Store mircoservice
2017-01-17 codeforlife-portal 1.0.0.post.dev263
2017-01-17 coala 0.10.0.dev20170117141151 Linting and Fixing Code for All Languages
2017-01-17 SnappEmailApiClient 0.3.18 Python API Client for Snapp Email
2017-01-17 bitarray_ph4 0.8.4 efficient arrays of booleans -- C extension
2017-01-17 pygeogrids 0.2.2 Module for creation and handling of discrete global grids
2017-01-17 money-to-prisoners-common 5.0.8 Django app with common code and assets for Money to Prisoners serivces
2017-01-17 rstwriter 0.0.4 A report writer powered with reStructuredText for Pandas library.
2017-01-17 aiothrift 0.0.8 async thrift server and client
2017-01-17 ct 0.8.15.1 Modern minimal web framework
2017-01-17 efel 2.10.144 Electrophys Feature Extract Library (eFEL)
2017-01-17 asyncoro 4.4.0 Python framework for concurrent, distributed, asynchronous network programming with coroutines, asynchronous completions and message passing.
2017-01-17 rfapi 1.3.0 API access to the Recorded Future API.

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