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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 89408 packages here.
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2016-09-26 nimbus 0.0.1 Infrastructure tools for Amazon Web Services
2016-09-26 skitai 0.16.18 Skitai WSGI App Engine
2016-09-26 praw 4.0.0b20 PRAW, an acronym for `Python Reddit API Wrapper`, is a python package that allows for simple access to reddit's API.
2016-09-26 pylocker 0.0.2 PYthon LOCKER or pylocker package provides a pythonic way to create locking mechanism that can be used for general purposes as well as for locking files upon reading or writing.
2016-09-26 arcanelab-ouroboros 0.0.1 Workflow library for Django
2016-09-26 coconut-develop 1.2.0.post0.dev2 Simple, elegant, Pythonic functional programming.
2016-09-26 hangups 0.4.0 the first third-party instant messaging client for Google Hangouts
2016-09-26 FlexGet 2.3.34 FlexGet is a program aimed to automate downloading or processing content (torrents, podcasts, etc.) from different sources like RSS-feeds, html-pages, various sites and more.
2016-09-26 themis-autoscaler 0.1.8 Themis is an autoscaler for Elastic Map Reduce (EMR) clusters on Amazon Web Services.
2016-09-26 OIPA 2.4.0 A fork of used at Catalpa.
2016-09-26 datascience 0.8.0 A Jupyter notebook Python library for introductory data science
2016-09-26 capture0 0.1.29 A tool for capturing data from the web.
2016-09-26 myo 0.13.2 command and layout management for neovim
2016-09-26 sirepo 20160926.3251 accelerator code gui
2016-09-26 tx-shared-tools 0.1.21 A collection of useful scripts abd classes for tX
2016-09-26 Football-CLI 1.1.1 Football Stats & Live Streams links CLI from your terminal
2016-09-26 symsynd 1.1.0 Helps symbolicating crash dumps.
2016-09-26 uterm 0.3 Micropython-friendly terminal
2016-09-26 annotate 0.7.3 Decorator to set a function's __annotations__ like Py3
2016-09-26 renumerate 0.3.3 Reverse enumerate
2016-09-25 fabdeb 0.2.17 Fabfile solutions for Debian Linux
2016-09-25 Mezzanine 4.2.2 An open source content management platform built using the Django framework.
2016-09-25 mir.monads 0.2.0 Monads for Python (and other functional goodies).
2016-09-25 ribosome 9.8.1 neovim plugin framework
2016-09-25 pygount 0.6 count source lines of code (SLOC) using pygments
2016-09-25 falcon_sqlalchemy 0.2 Falcon extension to easily use SQLAlchemy
2016-09-25 0.12.0 A python wrapper for the Discord API
2016-09-25 django-loginas 0.2.3 An app to add a "Log in as user" button in the Django user admin page.
2016-09-25 django-file-validator 0.0.7 Simple project to validate FileFields/ImageFields, like max size of uploaded files.
2016-09-25 pluggy 0.4.0 plugin and hook calling mechanisms for python
2016-09-25 yapf 0.12.0 A formatter for Python code.
2016-09-25 code_beatrix 0.5.252 Exercices pour apprendre la programmation, les algorithmes, et faire des coding goûters.
2016-09-25 actuariat_python 0.3.304 Helpers for teaching purposes (includes sqllite helpers)
2016-09-25 ensae_projects 0.1.114 Helpers for teaching purposes, projects...
2016-09-25 jupytalk 0.1.120 Material for presentations. The documentation generation is using pyquickhelper.
2016-09-25 jyquickhelper 0.1.19 Helpers for Jupyter notebooks.
2016-09-25 mlstatpy 0.1.124 Lectures about machine learning, mathematics, statistics, programming.
2016-09-25 teachpyx 0.1.21 Lectures about programming.
2016-09-25 km3pipe 4.7 An analysis framework for KM3NeT
2016-09-25 bdflib v1.0.3 Library for working with BDF font files.

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