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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 109155 packages here.
To contact the PyPI admins, please use the Support or Bug reports links.


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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.

Package Authors

Submit packages with "python setup.py upload". The index hosts package docs. You may also use the web form. You must register. Testing? Use testpypi.

Infrastructure

To interoperate with the index use the JSON, OAuth, XML-RPC or HTTP interfaces. Use local mirroring or caching to make installation more robust.


UpdatedPackageDescription
2017-05-27 mime-streamer 0.1.0.dev0 Stream IO for multipart MIME content
2017-05-27 python-cowbull-game 1.1 Python cowbull game object
2017-05-27 acc_provision 0.2.5 Tool to provision ACI for ACI Containers Controller
2017-05-27 tensorflow-gpu 1.2.0rc1 TensorFlow helps the tensors flow
2017-05-27 taskcat 0.1.77 An OpenSource Cloudformation Deployment Framework
2017-05-27 mxnet-mkl 0.10.0 MXNet is an ultra-scalable deep learning framework. This version uses MKL-ML.
2017-05-27 tensorflow 1.2.0rc1 TensorFlow helps the tensors flow
2017-05-27 grow 0.1.5 Develop everywhere and deploy anywhere: a declarative site generator for rapid, high-quality web site production.
2017-05-27 ftl 0.0.6 asyncio-based HTTP/2 implementation
2017-05-27 openbrokerapi 0.2.0 A python package for the V2 CF Service Broker API and Open Broker API
2017-05-27 portable-fdsnws-dataselect 1.1.5 A portable fdsnws-dataselect/1 server
2017-05-26 django_busybody 0.1.19 django misc
2017-05-26 gradientone 0.1.4.0 Gateway client for GradientOne
2017-05-26 pycreate2 0.5.2 A library to control iRobot Create 2 with python
2017-05-26 column 0.3.0 A thin wrapper on top of ansible with a stable API.
2017-05-26 mxnet 0.10.0 MXNet is an ultra-scalable deep learning framework. This version uses openblas.
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.testinfra 1.4.0.dev1 Test support for writing pants plugins.
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.android 1.4.0.dev1 Android Pants plugin
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.scalajs 1.4.0.dev1 scala.js support for pants.
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.node 1.4.0.dev1 Node.js support for pants.
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.scrooge 1.4.0.dev1 Scrooge thrift generator pants plugins.
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.jax_ws 1.4.0.dev1 JAX-WS Pants plugin
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.python.checks 1.4.0.dev1 Additional python lints and checks.
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.errorprone 1.4.0.dev1 Error Prone pants plugin
2017-05-26 botometer 1.0 Check Twitter accounts for bot behavior
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.findbugs 1.4.0.dev1 FindBugs pants plugin
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.cpp 1.4.0.dev1 C++ pants plugin.
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.go 1.4.0.dev1 Go language support for pants.
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.buildgen 1.4.0.dev1 Automatic manipulation of BUILD dependencies based on source analysis.
2017-05-26 pantsbuild.pants 1.4.0.dev1 A scalable build tool for large, complex, heterogeneous repos.
2017-05-26 unidiff 0.5.4 Unified diff parsing/metadata extraction library.
2017-05-26 metakernel 0.20.3 Metakernel for Jupyter
2017-05-26 flask-extension-cookiecutter 0.1.1 Cookiecutter template for a Flask Extension
2017-05-26 DerPyBooru 0.7.3 Python bindings for Derpibooru's API
2017-05-26 NiceLib 0.3.1 Library with high-level drivers for lab equipment
2017-05-26 afterdown 0.9.5 Automate the organization of your downloads.
2017-05-26 requirement.txt 0.2.0 Build requirements files from setup.py requirements.
2017-05-26 cloudmunch-cli 0.5.2 CloudMunch CLI is a tool for working with CloudMunch Platform
2017-05-26 cpppo 3.9.7 Cpppo is a Communication Protocol Python Parser and Originator
2017-05-26 pycloudfn 0.1.62 GCP Cloud functions in python

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