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The Python Package Index is a repository of software for the Python programming language. There are currently 94488 packages here.
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2016-12-09 FoLiA-tools FoLiA-tools contains various Python-based command line tools for working with FoLiA XML (Format for Linguistic Annotation)
2016-12-09 text-fabric 1.2.3 Processor for Text Fabric Data
2016-12-09 ShadowOui 1.3.79 Shadow, Ray-tracing simulation software
2016-12-09 OASYS 0.1.25 OrAnge SYnchrotron Suite
2016-12-09 django-dbfilestorage 0.1.2 Database backed file storage for testing.
2016-12-09 sciexp2 1.1.8 Scientific Experiment Exploration framework
2016-12-09 cumulusci 2.0.0a23 Build and release tools for Salesforce developers
2016-12-09 osc-docker-builder 1.3 Docker image builder for Openstack python clients
2016-12-09 coala 0.10.0.dev20161209151825 Code Analysis Application (coala)
2016-12-09 pdfplumber 0.4.5 Plumb a PDF for detailed information about each char, rectangle, and line -- and easily extract text and tables.
2016-12-09 pysoroban 0.0 Simple program for soroban training
2016-12-09 jupyter_sphinx 0.0.2 Jupyter Sphinx Extensions
2016-12-09 elgato-ixmldsig 0.92
2016-12-09 djes 0.1.113 Connecting Django and elasticsearch-dsl
2016-12-09 fio_shipping Base shipping moduel
2016-12-09 PyNLPl 1.1.0 PyNLPl, pronounced as 'pineapple', is a Python library for Natural Language Processing. It contains various modules useful for common, and less common, NLP tasks. PyNLPl contains modules for basic tasks, clients for interfacting with server, and modules for parsing several file formats common in NLP, most notably FoLiA.
2016-12-09 modular_client 4.1.1 Modular device Python client interface for communicating with and calling remote methods on modular device servers.
2016-12-09 LQTAGridPkg 0.2 Package with python version of LQTAgrid
2016-12-09 ct-core-api 2.5.0 Catalant Core API Framework
2016-12-09 0.2.0 An alternative method for handling and showing tiles
2016-12-09 zeroc-icehashpassword 1.0.2 ZeroC Ice hash password utility
2016-12-09 toil-vg 1.1.0a1.dev153 UC Santa Cruz Computational Genomics Lab's Toil-based VG pipeline
2016-12-09 chargebee 2.2.1 Python wrapper for the ChargeBee Subscription Billing API
2016-12-09 collective.js.unitegallery 1.0a1 Adds unitegallery javascripts to registry
2016-12-09 collective.tiles.unitegallery 1.0a5 Unite Gallery for mosaic tiles in Plone
2016-12-09 turbine 0.0.3 Turbine advanced workflow plugin for airflow.
2016-12-09 mightex_device 2.0.2 Interface to Mightex LED controllers.
2016-12-09 Pybooru 4.0.1 Pybooru is a Python package to access to the API of Danbooru/Moebooru based sites.
2016-12-09 vr.server 6.4.4 Velociraptor's Django and Celery components.
2016-12-09 Flask-Graylog 1.1.0 Configure Graylog logging handlers and middleware for your Flask app
2016-12-09 jimmy 0.2.8 Update jenkins configuration using YAML
2016-12-09 sentinelsat 0.7.3 Utility to search and download Sentinel-1 Imagery
2016-12-09 angus-framework 0.0.7 Angus Cloud Framework
2016-12-09 chacractl 0.0.13 client tool for a chacra service
2016-12-09 log4python 0.2.11 log for python like log4j2
2016-12-09 peepal 0.6.0 A minimalist python 3 web framework.
2016-12-09 coala-bears 0.10.0.dev20161209141124 Bears for coala (Code Analysis Application)
2016-12-09 slackbot_wems 0.2.481292564 Python Code for Tech Em Studios WEMS Class
2016-12-09 score.projects 0.2.1 Manage your projects with The SCORE Framework
2016-12-09 helga-quip 1.1.3 Match quips and other witticisms

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