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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 99157 packages here.
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2017-02-20 archivenow 2017. A Python library to push web resources into public web archives
2017-02-20 pyfcm 1.2.4 Python client for FCM - Firebase Cloud Messaging (Android & iOS)..
2017-02-20 binilla 0.9.1 A universal binary structure editor built on supyr_struct.
2017-02-20 ViewList 1.3.0 A simple printer of view list
2017-02-20 intern_sample 1.7.0 A sample Python project
2017-02-20 flickrsync 0.1.0rc5 A command line tool to backup local photos to Flickr
2017-02-20 Penman 0.5.1 PENMAN notation for graphs (e.g. AMR).
2017-02-20 robotframework-tools 0.1rc2 Python Tools for Robot Framework and Test Libraries.
2017-02-20 c2cgeoportal 2.1.2.dev1 c2cgeoportal
2017-02-20 mpop 1.4.0 Meteorological post processing package
2017-02-20 VisualPortfolio 0.2.5 VisualPortfolio 0.2.5
2017-02-20 xenzen 1.0.0 A Django UI for managing XenServer in the simplest possible way.
2017-02-20 docxtpl 0.3.5 Python docx template engine
2017-02-20 nn1 Neural Network Application Programming Interface
2017-02-20 ftpshell 1.7 FTP client in python.
2017-02-20 peerplays 0.4.3 Python library for PEERPLAYS
2017-02-20 pyNeko 3.1 A pure Python library designed to make it easy and quick to code for Neko
2017-02-20 zetup 0.2.32 Zimmermann's Extensible Tools for Unified Project setups
2017-02-20 batchpy 0.0.1 A package to run efficiently run batches of similar calculations
2017-02-20 ansible-dynamic-inventory 0.1.4 A command line interface for Slack
2017-02-20 Flask-ImageAlchemy 0.0.2 SQLAlchemy Standarized Image Field for Flask
2017-02-20 mxnet 0.9.4 MXNet is a deep learning framework designed for both efficiency and flexibility.
2017-02-20 cefpanda 0.1 Panda3D-friendly wrapper around cefpython
2017-02-20 vitriolic 1.1.4 A suite of packages for the Django framework to provide integrated Content Management and Sports Administration functionality for sporting associations.
2017-02-20 coconut-develop 1.2.2.post0.dev1 Simple, elegant, Pythonic functional programming.
2017-02-20 zappa 0.36.1 Server-less Python Web Services for AWS Lambda and API Gateway
2017-02-20 pyFtest 1.5 A pure Python library designed to auto-test for FREESWITCH easy
2017-02-20 blr 0.1 Command line client of
2017-02-20 quoter 1.6.7 Powerful way to construct text, HTML, and XML, plus a kick-ass join
2017-02-20 sugartensor A slim tensorflow wrapper that provides syntactic sugar for tensor variables.
2017-02-20 mxnet-mkl 0.9.3 MXNet is a deep learning framework designed for both efficiency and flexibility. This version includes MKLML support.
2017-02-20 coconut 1.2.2 Simple, elegant, Pythonic functional programming.
2017-02-20 succubus 1.0-52 Lightweight Python module for daemonizing
2017-02-20 Flask-Dropzone 1.0 upload file in Flask with Dropzone.js.
2017-02-20 pils 0.1.25-53 PILS - Python uTILS
2017-02-20 FlexGet 2.10.3 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.
2017-02-20 shmock 1.0.0-49 SHell command MOCKer for integration testing
2017-02-20 ChainConsumer 0.15.7 Consume chains and produce plots and tables
2017-02-20 watch-rsync 1.0 Watch PATH and rsync to DEST
2017-02-20 anyconfig 0.8.2 Library provides common APIs to access to configuration files in various formats

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