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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 89800 packages here.
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2016-10-01 pydart2 0.5.0 Python Interface for DART Simulator
2016-10-01 my_movies_list_1001 1.3.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2016-10-01 btsbots-wallet 0.2.1 web wallet for BitShares
2016-10-01 hangups 0.4.1 the first third-party instant messaging client for Google Hangouts
2016-10-01 cefevent 0.4.7 ArcSight Common Event Format library
2016-10-01 grove 0.0.3 Genetic algorithm and grammatical evolution library.
2016-10-01 itchat 1.1.9 A complete wechat personal account api
2016-10-01 kodrive 0.9.99 Synchronize remote files with local directory.
2016-10-01 inheritance 0.1.3 inheritance models for mendelian genetics
2016-10-01 modern 1.0.4 The Ultimate Solution for User Input
2016-10-01 karellen-stack-core 0.0.1.dev20161001024730 karellen-stack-core
2016-10-01 orange-kit 0.1.2a22 orange
2016-10-01 dataRX 2.0 Extension used to import, read, and give preliminary descriptive statistics of data files.
2016-10-01 lorm 0.2.18 A light weight python ORM without models.
2016-10-01 mklibpy 0.3.3 Python library created by Michael Kim
2016-10-01 pybythec 0.9.7 A lightweight cross-platform build system for c/c++, written in python
2016-10-01 weaknet 1.7.5 Tiny safety network proxy tools
2016-10-01 jaraco.path 1.2 miscellaneous path functions
2016-10-01 0.6.3 A place to track your code coverage metrics.
2016-10-01 qtMUD 0.0.6 framework for building and running MUDs
2016-10-01 pantsbuild.pants.testinfra 1.2.0dev12 Test support for writing pants plugins.
2016-10-01 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.findbugs 1.2.0dev12 FindBugs pants plugin
2016-10-01 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.scalajs 1.2.0dev12 scala.js support for pants.
2016-10-01 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.node 1.2.0dev12 Node.js support for pants.
2016-10-01 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.scrooge 1.2.0dev12 Scrooge thrift generator pants plugins.
2016-10-01 1.2.0dev12 Android Pants plugin
2016-10-01 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.python.checks 1.2.0dev12 Additional python lints and checks.
2016-10-01 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.go 1.2.0dev12 Go language support for pants.
2016-10-01 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.buildgen 1.2.0dev12 Automatic manipulation of BUILD dependencies based on source analysis.
2016-10-01 pantsbuild.pants 1.2.0dev12 A bottom-up build tool.
2016-10-01 zoonado 0.9.1 Async tornado client for Zookeeper.
2016-10-01 FlexGet 2.3.39 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.
2016-10-01 htp-client 0.1.3 Make a Hecks engine using the HTP protocol play on the website
2016-10-01 adventurelib 1.0 Easy text adventures
2016-10-01 watson-developer-cloud 0.20.0 Client library to use the IBM Watson Services
2016-10-01 gcloudoem 0.1.0rc15 gcloud-datastore-oem is a Python Object-Entity Mapper for working with Google Datastore.
2016-10-01 okpy 1.7.4 supports programming projects by running tests, tracking progress, and assisting in debugging.
2016-10-01 deployv 0.8.7 Base for all clases and scripts in VauxooTools
2016-10-01 couchbase 2.1.1 Python Client for Couchbase
2016-10-01 nativeconfig 3.1.1 Cross-platform python module to store application config via native subsystems such as Windows Registry or NSUserDefaults.

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