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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 101603 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
2017-03-27 ceph-workbench 1.5.18 a command-line toolbox for Ceph
2017-03-27 numericalmodel 0.0.3 abstract classes to set up and run a numerical model
2017-03-27 pygmsh 3.0.9 Python frontend for Gmsh
2017-03-27 pyvas 0.0.2 An OpenVAS Managment Protocol (OMP) client for Python
2017-03-27 pygsheet 0.1.18b1 Wrapper for Google sheets API
2017-03-27 django-python3-ldap 0.9.13 Django LDAP user authentication backend for Python 3.
2017-03-27 humilis-asg 0.2.7 Humilis plug-in to deploy an Autoscaling Group
2017-03-27 requests-aliyun 0.2.5 authentication for aliyun service
2017-03-27 valohai-cli 0.5.0
2017-03-27 clust 1.0.2 Optimised consensus clustering of multiple heterogeneous datasets
2017-03-27 oemof 0.1.2 The open energy modelling framework
2017-03-27 seantis.dir.events 1.9.1 Directory of upcoming Events.
2017-03-27 cds_utils 0.0.4 图灵CDS工具类
2017-03-27 PyMedium 1.1.0 PyMedium - Unofficial Medium API
2017-03-27 shadowproxy 0.1.2 A proxy server that implements Socks5/Shadowsocks/Redirect/HTTP (tcp) and Shadowsocks/TProxy/Tunnel (udp) protocols.
2017-03-27 myconsole 0.0.1 create IPython consoles with custom banners
2017-03-27 rfipip 0.0.1 UNKNOWN
2017-03-27 performance 0.5.3 Python benchmark suite
2017-03-27 argparse-autogen 1.4 Parser with automatic creation of parsers and subparsers for paths.
2017-03-27 Earl-ETF 2.0.1 Earl-etf, the fanciest External Term Format packer and unpacker available for Python.
2017-03-27 pyannote.metrics 0.14.3 PyAnnote metrics
2017-03-27 nitor_deploy_tools 0.80 Utilities for deploying with Nitor aws-utils
2017-03-27 androidviewclient 13.1.9 AndroidViewClient is a 100% pure python library and tools that simplifies test script creation providing higher level operations and the ability of obtaining the tree of Views present at any given moment on the device or emulator screen.
2017-03-27 debianized-sentry 8.13.0.2 Debian packaging for Sentry, a modern realtime error logging and aggregation platform.
2017-03-27 Aesthetics 0.0.2 Image Aesthetics Toolkit
2017-03-27 cfnjsontoyaml 1.0.5
2017-03-27 perf 1.1 Python module to generate and modify perf
2017-03-27 pymod2pkg 0.7.3 python module name to package name map
2017-03-27 microsoftbotframework 0.1.8 A wrapper for the microsoft bot framework API
2017-03-27 python-nagios-helpers 0.1.16 Helper Classes for plugin development and nagios management.
2017-03-27 money-to-prisoners-common 5.9.2 Django app with common code and assets for Money to Prisoners serivces
2017-03-27 mokito 0.2.15 Mokito is an asynchronous driver and toolkit for working with MongoDB inside a Tornado app
2017-03-27 robotframework-archivelibrary 0.4.0 Robot Framework keyword library for handling ZIP files
2017-03-27 AskQuora 0.2.0 Quora Q&A right from the command line!
2017-03-27 canton 0.1.16 TensorFlow Wrapper
2017-03-27 sovrin-node-dev 0.2.307 Sovrin node
2017-03-27 sovrin-common-dev 0.1.307 Sovrin common
2017-03-27 Ledger-dev 0.1.307 Immutable Ledger python library
2017-03-27 plenum-dev 0.2.307 Plenum Byzantine Fault Tolerant Protocol
2017-03-27 fuckery 0.2.3 Python Brainfuck implemention.

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