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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 60164 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2015-05-24 QuickBean 1.5.3 A library that reduces the boilerplate code required to define beans.
2015-05-24 eztvit 3.0.0 Screenscraper for https://eztv.it/
2015-05-24 grafcli 0.3.1 Grafana CLI management tool
2015-05-24 trust 1.0.0 A hierarchical database engine with read-only access to data, ideally used for cross-application settings and infrastructure description.
2015-05-24 mt-940 2.1 Library to use MT940 files
2015-05-24 climb 0.2.0 Library for interactive command line applications.
2015-05-24 leonardo-news 2015.5.0 News / Articles for Leonardo CMS
2015-05-24 jpegtran-cffi 0.5.2 Extremly fast, (mostly) lossless JPEG transformations
2015-05-24 shrimper 0.2.1 Xiami music downloader
2015-05-24 aloe 0.0.10 Gherkin runner compatible with Lettuce
2015-05-24 iod-symbolizer 0.1.5 Parse C/C++/Objective-C/Objective-C++ source for IOD symbols and output header files
2015-05-24 flask-keyauth 0.1.4 A module to simplify working with KEY auth in Flask apps
2015-05-24 encviewfuse_decryptorui 0.4.0 A UI for decrypting directories and files encrypted with encviewfuse_decryptorui.
2015-05-24 PyValidator 0.0.15 PyValidator
2015-05-24 mammoth 0.3.15 Convert Word documents from docx to simple and clean HTML and Markdown
2015-05-24 syncloud-platform 0.8.1.85 Syncloud platform
2015-05-24 blogdown 1.2.0 a simple static blog generator
2015-05-24 gosh 1.3.1 Global SSH
2015-05-24 cred-server 0.2.12 Connected Reactive Electronic Devices.
2015-05-24 heroku_tools 0.1.3 Command line application for managing Heroku applications.
2015-05-24 split_block 0.0.2 split_block
2015-05-24 django-webpack-loader 0.0.6.1 Load your webpack bundles and chunks in django
2015-05-24 maildiff 1.2.0 Package to email color git diff
2015-05-24 passpie 0.2.0 Manage your login credentials from the terminal painlessly.
2015-05-24 namebot 0.1.5 A company/product name generating tool written in Python.Uses NLTK and diverse wordplay techniques forsophisticated word generation and ideation
2015-05-24 fasteners 0.3.0 A python package that provides useful locks.
2015-05-24 sstp-server 0.2.0 Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) VPN tunel server.
2015-05-24 python-onedrive 15.5.6 Python and command-line interface for Microsoft LiveConnect OneDrive REST API v5.0
2015-05-24 GromacsWrapper 0.3.3 A python wrapper around the gromacs tools.
2015-05-24 django-bulk-update 1.1.3 Bulk update using one query over Django ORM.
2015-05-24 rpqueue 0.23 Use Redis as a priority-enabled and time-based task queue.
2015-05-24 pomegranate 0.2.3 Pomegranate is a graphical models library for Python, implemented in Cython for speed.
2015-05-24 learnchinese 1.3 A program for practising Chinese.
2015-05-24 anima 0.4.1 Yet another set of tools for django.
2015-05-24 ionize 0.10.3 A package for calculating electrolyte properties.
2015-05-24 mailthon 0.0.0 Elegant email library
2015-05-24 dconfig 0.2.0 A Django config for the Django framework.
2015-05-24 Mopidy-Mobile 0.10.4 Mopidy Web client extension for mobile devices
2015-05-24 flask-CloudStorage 0.2.0 Flask-CloudStorage is a simple flask extension and standalone library to upload and save files on the cloud
2015-05-24 tofab 0.0.3 Fabric utils, intend to use with Tokit.

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