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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 85502 packages here.
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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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UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-07-30 shiftboiler 0.0.12 Best practices setup for webapps, apis and cli applications
2016-07-30 clldutils 1.2.1 Utilities for clld apps
2016-07-30 python-pygaze 0.6.0a18 A Python library for eye tracking
2016-07-30 geopandas 0.2.1 Geographic pandas extensions
2016-07-30 python-opensesame 3.1.2a3 A graphical experiment builder for the social sciences
2016-07-30 coala-bears 0.8.0.dev20160730105137 Bears for coala (Code Analysis Application)
2016-07-30 GPy 1.2.0 The Gaussian Process Toolbox
2016-07-30 ZEO 5.0.0a2 ZEO HOWTO
2016-07-30 jw.util 2.3 Version handling, YAML configuration, file renaming with various backup strategies
2016-07-30 django-yandex-cash-register 0.1.0 Generic Yandex.Kassa application for Django
2016-07-30 django-simple-contact-form 0.1.2 Generic contact-form application for Django
2016-07-30 kdr 0.9.2 Synchronize remote files with local directory.
2016-07-30 LinOTP 2.8.1.3 LinOTP Service
2016-07-30 gmaps 0.3.2 Google maps plugin for Jupyter notebooks
2016-07-30 naga 0.1 A powerful Python/Lisp-hybrid-monster
2016-07-30 pi3d 2.13 pi3d OpenGLES2 3D graphics library
2016-07-30 base64_util 0.1 Some utility functions for handling base64 strings
2016-07-30 pyskeleton 0.2.4 quickly create a python module, have some other good concern.
2016-07-30 deptest 0.1.5 dependent testing framework
2016-07-30 redis_triggers 0.1 Redis Key events that executes a function written by you such as on expiry
2016-07-30 typejudge 0.3.0 Automatically check for semver compliance based on type hints
2016-07-30 virtualfish 1.0.4 A virtualenv wrapper for the Fish shell
2016-07-30 ctstore 0.1.4 E-commerce plugin for cantools (ct)
2016-07-30 ct 0.8.2.7 Modern minimal web framework
2016-07-30 wagtaildependencies 0.0.0 Makes it easy to manage front-end dependencies for Wagtail admin plugins
2016-07-30 eventsourcing 1.0.8 Event sourcing in Python
2016-07-30 neo4ast 0.1.0 Store Python AST into Neo4j database
2016-07-30 djangocms-albums-plugin 0.1.0 Adds photogallery functionality to your djangocms website
2016-07-30 dsb_requests 0.9.9 duoshoubang 's requests
2016-07-30 youtube_dl 2016.7.30 YouTube video downloader
2016-07-30 phonenumberslite 7.5.1 Python version of Google's common library for parsing, formatting, storing and validating international phone numbers.
2016-07-30 phonenumbers 7.5.1 Python version of Google's common library for parsing, formatting, storing and validating international phone numbers.
2016-07-30 django-jquery 3.1.0 jQuery packaged in an handy django app to speed up new applications and deployment.
2016-07-30 gsn 0.1.0 A python wrapper for Global Sensor Networks API
2016-07-30 django-jquery 2.2.4 jQuery packaged in an handy django app to speed up new applications and deployment.
2016-07-30 smserver 1.0.0 An implementation of a Stepmania server
2016-07-30 django-jquery 1.12.4 jQuery packaged in an handy django app to speed up new applications and deployment.
2016-07-30 temser 0.1.2 A templating engine and web server for data driven pages.
2016-07-30 smeterd 2.4.0 Read smart meter P1 packets
2016-07-30 prawtools 0.20.0 A collection of utilities that utilize the reddit API.

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