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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 58171 packages here.
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2015-04-18 nester_ly 1.3.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-04-18 django-ma-settings 1.0.9 A simple Django app to have simple typed settings.
2015-04-18 jma 1.0.0 Data downloader from Japan Meteorological Agency
2015-04-18 pysat Supports science data analysis across measurement platforms
2015-04-18 qduTAportal 0.0.19 Qdu Tearching Area Portal with Python2/3
2015-04-18 proclib 0.1.0 pythonic processes
2015-04-18 django-charsleft-widget 0.1.4 Custom widget that limits the number of characters that can be entered in a textarea field
2015-04-18 rancidcmd 0.1.5 Rancid Command Wrapper.
2015-04-18 pysesa 0.0.11 PySESA is an open-source project dedicated to provide a generic Python framework for spatially explicit statistical analyses of point clouds and other geospatial data, in the spatial and frequency domains, for use in the geosciences. The program is detailed in Buscombe, D. "Computational considerations for spatially explicit spectral analysis of point clouds and geospatial data", forthcoming.
2015-04-18 Rx 1.2.0 Reactive Extensions (Rx) for Python
2015-04-18 colosseum 0.1.1 A (partial) implementation of the CSS box and flexbox layout algorithm.
2015-04-18 pywb 0.9.6 Python WayBack for web archive replay and live web proxy
2015-04-18 0.2.2 Embeddable, composable command line interface parsing
2015-04-18 USBdev 2015.04.18 USBdev is a USB devices recognition tool on Linux.
2015-04-18 optional-django 0.2.0 Utils for providing optional support for django
2015-04-18 RapidXml 1.0.2 python bindings for RapidXml, a C++ XML parsing library
2015-04-18 flex 4.0.1 Swagger Schema validation.
2015-04-18 pubsub-logging 0.2.0 Logging handlers for publishing the logs to Cloud Pub/Sub
2015-04-18 django-statsd-mozilla 0.3.15 Django interface with statsd
2015-04-18 pycrm114 0.2.2 Python interface to libcrm114
2015-04-18 lingo 0.8.2 A simple MongoDB/CouchDB ORM for Python
2015-04-18 jirafs 1.8.0 Edit Jira issues as text files locally.
2015-04-18 polysquare-generic-file-linter 0.0.17 Polysquare Style Guide Linter
2015-04-18 openlabs_production_report UNKNOWN
2015-04-18 astutils 0.0.1 Utilities for abstract syntax trees and parsing with PLY.
2015-04-18 uartis 1.0.0 This is my first source
2015-04-18 pyanybar 0.2 A python library to change the color of AnyBar
2015-04-18 ucloudclient 1.0.4 ucloud python client and command line tools
2015-04-18 dubbo-client 1.0.0b3 Python Dubbo Client
2015-04-18 Goodjob 0.0.0 A service for executing asynchronous jobs.
2015-04-18 wiki_terminal 1.0.1 This script will enable you wiki in terminal. This is inspired by longcw's youdao.
2015-04-18 django-rules-light 0.1.3 Rule registry for django
2015-04-18 mailman 3.0rc1 Mailman -- the GNU mailing list manager
2015-04-18 ldetect 0.1.1 Package for detecting regions of linkage disequilibrium in the human genome
2015-04-18 matlab_kernel 0.5 A Matlab kernel for Jupyter/IPython
2015-04-18 hellosign-python-sdk 3.6 A Python wrapper for the HelloSign API (
2015-04-18 pystacks 0.2 Python library for hierarchical machine learning
2015-04-18 doc8 0.6.0 Style checker for Sphinx (or other) RST documentation
2015-04-18 anderson.django-custom-user 0.3.1 UNKNOWN
2015-04-18 Pysolar 0.7 Collection of Python libraries for simulating the irradiation of any point on earth by the sun

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