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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 42730 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2014-04-24 pyweed 0.1.1 Python module to communicate with Weed-FS
2014-04-24 quorum 0.2.0 Quorum Extensions for Flask
2014-04-24 pgextras 0.1.0 Python port of Herokus pgextras
2014-04-24 munin_plugins 4.1.1 Sensors for munin
2014-04-24 html-purifier 0.1.7 Cuts the tags and attributes from HTML that are not in the whitelist. Their content is leaves.
2014-04-24 moogsilent 2013.02.1 Spectrum synthesis and LTE line analysis.
2014-04-24 Docta 0.1 Docta is a new healing docs kit.
2014-04-24 JiveData 0.1 The code that powers the Jive Data app and alerts
2014-04-24 etcaetera 0.4.3 Manage multiple configuration sources in a single place
2014-04-24 cov-core 1.8 plugin core for use by pytest-cov, nose-cov and nose2-cov
2014-04-24 progressbar-ipython 2.3.1 Note: This is a just a packaged version of https://github.com/fnoble/python-progressbar.
2014-04-24 ciscoconfparse 0.9.32 Parse, Audit, Query, Build, and Modify Cisco IOS-style configurations
2014-04-24 django-aps-bom 0.5.13 The BOM module for django-apsara.
2014-04-24 closeio 0.1 Close.io Python Library
2014-04-24 point 12 xmpp, irc, shell, cli, json
2014-04-24 summoner 0.0.3 Work with the Serials Solutions Summon API
2014-04-24 djinn_contenttypes 1.2.2 Djinn Intranet Contenttypes framework
2014-04-24 rucio-clients 0.1.21 Rucio Client Lite Package
2014-04-24 rucio 0.1.21 Rucio Package
2014-04-24 qds_ops 0.8.3 Python SDK for operating the Qubole Data Service
2014-04-24 egenix-mxodbc-connect-client 2.0.5 eGenix mxODBC Connect Client for Python
2014-04-24 egenix-mxodbc-connect-server 2.0.5 eGenix mxODBC Connect Server
2014-04-24 myrpc-runtime 0.0.3 MyRPC Python runtime
2014-04-24 jumon 1.1.9 The small framework for sub commands.
2014-04-24 myrpcgen 0.0.3 MyRPC code generator tool
2014-04-24 isbntools 3.1.1 Extract, clean, transform, hyphenate and metadata for ISBNs (International Standard Book Number).
2014-04-24 avcaesar_api 1.0
2014-04-24 Pylingual 0.1dev Textual analysis tools.
2014-04-24 tictactoe 0.0.5 Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe tictactoe front-end
2014-04-24 jsmapper 0.0.1 JSON Web Token library for Python 3.
2014-04-24 faster_closeio 0.1.0 Slim API wrapper to access close.io CRM
2014-04-24 nester_linxinzhe 1.3.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2014-04-24 cpthook 1.0.1 Centrally manage hooks for git repositories
2014-04-24 nyanbar 0.3 nyanbar is a progress bar for scripts that uses the Nyan cat instead of other stuff.
2014-04-24 mezzanine-linkdump 1.0.0 A Mezzanine app to create, display, and track links.
2014-04-24 pyspotifycontrol 1.0.0 Controls Spotify for Mac using AppleScripts through Python.
2014-04-24 rundeckrun 0.1.8 Rundeck API Python client
2014-04-24 closeio_api 0.1 Closeio Python library
2014-04-24 python-wepay 1.3.3 Python SDK for WePay API (third party).
2014-04-24 netkit 0.2.11 useful kit for nework programing

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