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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 55848 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2015-03-04 pygerduty 0.27 Python Client Library for PagerDuty's REST API
2015-03-04 plone.formwidget.geolocation 1.2 Geolocation field and widget
2015-03-04 collective.geolocationbehavior 1.3 Dexterity behavior to add geographic locations to contents.
2015-03-04 ripozo 0.1.6 An tool for easily making RESTful interfaces
2015-03-04 nester_koyo 1.2.0 A simple printer of nested lists from HeadFirst Python
2015-03-04 collective.address 1.1 Dexterity address behavior.
2015-03-04 plone.formwidget.recurrence 2.0 Recurrence widget for Plone
2015-03-04 caelum 0.3.3.23 library for weather sources (historical and forecasted)
2015-03-04 workspace-tools 0.7.17 Tools to simplify working with multiple product repositories with SCM / development tools abstraction.
2015-03-04 bpolicy 0.1.5 A collection of basic policies for resources anti-spammer
2015-03-04 plone.app.event 2.0a6 The Plone calendar framework
2015-03-04 cytoolz 0.7.2 Cython implementation of Toolz: High performance functional utilities
2015-03-04 memecli 0.2 Command line wrapper over http://memegenerator.net API.
2015-03-04 elasticsearch-curator-dev 3.0.0-beta2 Tending your Elasticsearch indices
2015-03-04 collective.folderishtypes 2.0 Folderish News Item, Document and Event as replacement for default types.
2015-03-04 wsgi-liveserver 0.2 start/stop WSGI applications in the background for testing
2015-03-04 bda.portlet.sitenavigation 1.0 Yet Another Navigation Portlet.
2015-03-04 collective.portlet.fullview 1.0 Displays a content item as full view
2015-03-04 citelementtree 1.2.7 ElementTree - a light-weight XML object model for Python.
2015-03-04 django-rest-framework-social-oauth2 0.0.1 UNKNOWN
2015-03-04 googlefinance 0.5 Python module to get real-time (no delay) stock data from Google Finance API
2015-03-04 django-taggit 0.12.3 django-taggit is a reusable Django application for simple tagging.
2015-03-04 ripozo-tests 0.1.6 A helper package for creating tests for ripozo and its extensions
2015-03-04 shyaml 0.3.2 YAML for command line
2015-03-04 PennSDK 1.1 Python tools for building Penn-related applications
2015-03-04 filterpy 0.0.17 Kalman filtering and optimal estimation library
2015-03-04 syncloud-image-boot 0.79 Syncloud boot image tweaks
2015-03-04 autosimulationcraft 0.1.0 A python script to run SimulationCraft reports for World of Warcraft characters when their gear/stats/level/etc. changes.
2015-03-04 muse 0.1 n/a
2015-03-04 xUnique 4.1.1 A converter of the Xcode project file to make merging it much easier in VCS
2015-03-04 clean 1.0.0 Clean is a Python library to sanitize HTML.
2015-03-04 jshdate 0.1.0 Get date ticks for statistic in JSH
2015-03-04 bottle-mysql 0.2.1 MySQL integration for Bottle.
2015-03-04 PO-Projects 0.8.0.1 Django application to manage PO files for project translations
2015-03-04 celeriac 0.0.0 UNKNOWN
2015-03-04 django-ldap3-sync 0.1.9 A Django application for synchronizing LDAP users, groups and group membership. (Forked from django-ldap-sync).
2015-03-04 nester_mucky 1.1.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-03-04 stak 0.1.0a10 stak cli tool
2015-03-04 dedupe 0.7.7.1.7 A python library for accurate and scaleable data deduplication and entity-resolution
2015-03-04 typesafe-conductr-cli 0.8 A CLI client for Typesafe ConductR

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