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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 42688 packages here.
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2014-04-23 fsutils 0.1.0 Utilities for working with FreeSurfer data
2014-04-23 djorm-ext-hstore 0.6 Hstore module of django orm extensions package (collection of third party plugins build in one unified package).
2014-04-23 teapot 2.2 A multi-platform tool to automate the download, unpack and build of third-party softwares.
2014-04-23 smtpapi 0.1.2 Simple wrapper to use SendGrid SMTP API
2014-04-23 esteele.manager 1.1 Plone release management utilities
2014-04-23 headfirst_pratice 1.4.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2014-04-23 py-radix 0.6.0 Radix tree implementation
2014-04-23 xortool 0.96 Tool for xor cipher analysis
2014-04-23 PsychoPy 1.80.04 Psychophysics toolkit for Python
2014-04-23 kryptomime 0.1.5 Python support for E-Mail kryptography
2014-04-23 netius 1.0.7 Netius System
2014-04-23 twitter.pants 0.0.19 Twitter's pants build tool.
2014-04-23 twitter.common.python 0.5.2 Twitter's Python packaging toolchain.
2014-04-23 speedtest-cli 0.2.7 Command line interface for testing internet bandwidth using
2014-04-23 ferry 0.1.28 Big data development environments using Docker
2014-04-23 lob 1.0 Lob python bindings
2014-04-23 streamcorpus_pipeline 0.5.18 Tools for building streamcorpus objects, such as those used in TREC.
2014-04-23 googleads 1.0.4 Google Ads Python Client Library
2014-04-23 pyscaffold 0.4 Tool for easily putting up the scaffold of a Python project
2014-04-23 podrecast 1.1.1 A podcast aggregator for downloading, post-processing then re-publishing podcasts.
2014-04-23 0.5.0 Tiny Python ORM for MySQL
2014-04-23 gitgate 0.1.9 Dead simple gatekeeping code review for Git
2014-04-23 curling Slumber wrapper for Django that works well with Tastypie
2014-04-23 mps 0.20.08 Search, Stream and Download MP3
2014-04-23 pyshmht 0.0.1 provide sharing memory based hash table for python
2014-04-23 helga 1.4.5 IRC bot using twisted that supports plugins
2014-04-23 cdb_query 0.9.6rc4 Simple tools to query and retrieve data from the ESGF's CMIP5 and CORDEX projects.
2014-04-23 reddit_irc 0.1.3 A tool to post new subreddit submissions to IRC channels.
2014-04-23 pysheet 0.3.4 Read, write and manipulate delimited text files
2014-04-23 django-mediagenerator-kensho 1.01 Kensho's fork of mediagenerator
2014-04-23 jmbo 1.0.13 The Jmbo base product introduces a content type and various tools required to build Jmbo products.
2014-04-23 etcaetera 0.4.2 Manage multiple configuration sources in a single place
2014-04-23 yattag 0.9.4 Generate HTML or XML in a pythonic way. Pure python alternative to web template engines.Can fill HTML forms with default values and error messages.
2014-04-23 c3d 0.2.2 A library for manipulating C3D binary files
2014-04-23 rexpro 0.1.2 Python RexPro interface
2014-04-23 watermarks 0.1 Library for adding/reading watermarks from images.
2014-04-23 mogwai 0.2.8 Titan Object-Graph Mapper (OGM)
2014-04-23 Fabhacks 0.1.5 Some Fabric-based hacks
2014-04-23 pyant 0.0.5 ant by python
2014-04-23 netkit 0.2.7 useful kit for nework programing

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