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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 58212 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2015-04-19 vdf 1.0 Library to work with Valve's VDF text format
2015-04-19 crackqcli 0.2b Hashcrack Crackq command line tool
2015-04-19 python-social-auth 0.2.7 Python social authentication made simple.
2015-04-19 bitstruct 0.2.0 This module performs conversions between Python values and C bit field structs represented as Python bytearrays.
2015-04-19 banchan 0.0.4 Collection of small Python utilities
2015-04-19 attacksurfacemeter 0.7.0 Library for collecting metrics of the attack surface.
2015-04-19 officedissector 0.0.2 OfficeDissector is a parser library for static security analysis of OOXML documents.
2015-04-19 drf-generators 0.2.3 Generate DRF Serializers, Views, and urls for your API aplication.
2015-04-19 webm 0.1.1 Encode webm videos
2015-04-19 bespin 0.5.2.3 Opinionated wrapper around boto that reads yaml
2015-04-19 option_merge 0.9.3 Code to deeply merge multiple python dictionaries
2015-04-19 bread 2.1.2 Binary format parsing made easier
2015-04-19 input_algorithms 0.4.4.1 Thin DSL for creating input_algorithms
2015-04-19 csv2es 1.0.0.dev3 Bulk import a CSV or TSV into Elastic Search
2015-04-19 FlexGet 1.2.301 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.
2015-04-19 clip.py 0.3.0 Embeddable, composable command line interface parsing
2015-04-19 eloquent 0.3.1 The Eloquent ORM provides a simple yet beautiful ActiveRecord implementation.
2015-04-19 sphinxcontrib-nwdiag 0.9.2 Sphinx "nwdiag" extension
2015-04-19 sphinxcontrib-actdiag 0.8.2 Sphinx "actdiag" extension
2015-04-19 sphinxcontrib-seqdiag 0.8.2 Sphinx "seqdiag" extension
2015-04-19 sphinxcontrib-blockdiag 1.5.2 Sphinx "blockdiag" extension
2015-04-19 droopescan 1.25.0 A plugin-based scanner that aids security researchers in identifying issues with several CMSs, mainly Drupal & SilverStripe. https://github.com/droope/droopescan
2015-04-19 PyBambooHR 0.6.0 A Python wrapper for the Bamboo HR API
2015-04-19 aiohttp 0.15.2 http client/server for asyncio
2015-04-19 meds 56 medicijn effecten registratie programma.
2015-04-19 QtAwesome 0.1.8 FontAwesome icons in PyQt and PySide applications
2015-04-19 pycrm114 0.2.3 Python interface to libcrm114
2015-04-19 campagne 5 ANTI SUICIDE CAMPAGNE
2015-04-19 medz 12 medicine effect registration program
2015-04-19 Goodreads 0.2.3 Python wrapper for Goodreads API
2015-04-19 gris 0.3.0 reads and writes bibliography data in RIS format
2015-04-19 trakt 2.0.2 Pythonic abstraction layer for easier scripting of the Trakt.tv REST API.
2015-04-19 packhalp 0.1.0 UNKNOWN
2015-04-19 pysis 0.5.0 Toolkit for using USGS Isis in Python.
2015-04-19 jsonpath-rw 1.4.0 A robust and significantly extended implementation of JSONPath for Python, with a clear AST for metaprogramming.
2015-04-19 ebay 0.1.0 A python package for simple access to eBay's API.
2015-04-19 RapidXml 1.0.4 python bindings for RapidXml, a C++ XML parsing library
2015-04-19 repren 0.3.3 repren: Multi-pattern string replacement and file renaming
2015-04-19 django-stormpath 1.0.0 Stormpath integration for Django.
2015-04-19 django_th_search 0.0.1 A Search engine for Trigger Happy

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