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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 74157 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-02-06 droopescan 1.34.1 A plugin-based scanner that aids security researchers in identifying issues with several CMSs, mainly Drupal & SilverStripe. https://github.com/droope/droopescan
2016-02-06 noworkflow 1.0.2 Supporting infrastructure to run scientific experiments without a scientific workflow management system.
2016-02-06 Affirmpy 0.1.1 A Python API wrapper for Affirm
2016-02-06 onlinelinguisticdatabase 1.2.4 A program for building web services that facilitate collaborative storing, searching, processing and analyzing of linguistic fieldwork data.
2016-02-06 hipnotify 1.0.7 Deadly simple HipChat API V2 room notification library
2016-02-06 jungle 0.4.5 AWS operations by cli should be simpler
2016-02-06 pycredit 1.0.0 Library providing programmatic access to credit card statement by multiple providers
2016-02-06 decorator 4.0.7 Better living through Python with decorators
2016-02-06 fzsl 0.4 Fuzzy path searching for shells
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.haskell 0.0.71 Haskell pants plugin
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.scalajs 0.0.71 scala.js support for pants.
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.node 0.0.71 Node.js support for pants.
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.scrooge 0.0.71 Scrooge thrift generator pants plugins.
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.python.checks 0.0.71 Additional python lints and checks.
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.spindle 0.0.71 Spindle thrift -> scala generator pants plugins.
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants.testinfra 0.0.71 Test support for writing pants plugins.
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.go 0.0.71 Go language support for pants.
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants.backend.android 0.0.71 Support for android projects.
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.buildgen 0.0.71 Automatic manipulation of BUILD dependencies based on source analysis.
2016-02-06 pantsbuild.pants 0.0.71 A bottom-up build tool.
2016-02-06 telepot 6.3 Python framework for Telegram Bot API
2016-02-06 urwid_timed_progress 1.0.0 Urwid Timed Progress Bar
2016-02-06 coverage.space 0.1 A place to track your code coverage metrics.
2016-02-06 oam-dl 0.1.1 Download any or all Ozy and Millie comics
2016-02-06 mgkit 0.2.3 Metagenomics Framework
2016-02-06 agate-remote 0.1.0 agate-remote adds read support for remote files to agate.
2016-02-06 trustedanalytics 0.6.0.dev2016020610747 Trusted Analytics Toolkit
2016-02-06 decorated 1.6.5 Decorator framework and common decorators for python.
2016-02-06 ndmg 0.0.7 Neuro Data MRI to Graphs Pipeline
2016-02-06 ch-frontend 0.9.21 PyPI package for frontend files
2016-02-06 sshsec 0.0.1 SSH server configuration tester
2016-02-06 NuGridpy 0.1.6384 Python tools for NuGrid
2016-02-06 arvados_fuse 0.1.20160206004530 Arvados FUSE driver
2016-02-06 bidict 0.11.0 Efficient, Pythonic bidirectional map implementation and related functionality
2016-02-06 graphene 0.7.2 GraphQL Framework for Python
2016-02-06 knights-templater 1.3 A simple AST-based Python Template engine.
2016-02-06 inlineplz 0.3.2 Inline your lint messages
2016-02-06 Flask-Config-Helper 0.1.1 Flask configuration helper
2016-02-06 FRB 1.1.4 Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED)
2016-02-06 timecalc 0.1.5 a tool to make the imitation of Lyubishchev and his time billing method easier

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