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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 60254 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2015-05-26 googlesearch 0.7.0 Python wrapper around Google Custom Search JSON/Atom API. Supports proxies.
2015-05-26 gms 0.0.4 goldminer sdk
2015-05-26 erucli 0.1.2 ERU command line tool
2015-05-26 pyveplot 0.2 SVG Hiveplot Python API
2015-05-26 binch 0.1.1 a light ELF binary patch tool
2015-05-26 pimento 0.7.0 Simple CLI Menus
2015-05-26 topicexplorer 1.0b16 InPhO Topic Explorer
2015-05-26 Flask-Boost 0.4.16 Flask application generator for boosting your development.
2015-05-26 gm 0.0.3 goldminer sdk
2015-05-26 PyHum 1.2.9 Python/Cython scripts to read Humminbird DAT and associated SON files, export data, carry out rudimentary radiometric corrections to data, and classify bed texture using the algorithm detailed in Buscombe, Grams, Smith, "Automated riverbed sediment classification using low-cost sidescan sonar", forthcoming.
2015-05-26 galaxy-sdk-python 0.1.8 Xiaomi SDS SDK for Python
2015-05-26 streamcorpus_pipeline 0.7.6.dev7 Tools for building streamcorpus objects, such as those used in TREC.
2015-05-26 limbo 3.1.0 Simple and Clean Slack Chatbot
2015-05-26 wharfrat 0.1.1 Convert config files into docker commands
2015-05-26 marathoner 1.2.15 Testing tool for TopCoder marathon matches.
2015-05-26 tencentyun 1.0.1 python sdk for app.qcloud.com
2015-05-26 executor 3.4 Programmer friendly subprocess wrapper
2015-05-26 syncloud-owncloud 8.0.3.52 ownCloud app
2015-05-26 humanfriendly 1.23.1 Human friendly output for text interfaces using Python
2015-05-26 streamtuner2 2.1.9 Streamtuner2 is an internet radio browser
2015-05-26 ecohydrolib 1.25 Libraries and command-line scripts for performing ecohydrology data preparation workflows.
2015-05-26 arvados-python-client 0.1.20150526003243 Arvados client library
2015-05-26 plotly 1.6.18 Python plotting library for collaborative, interactive, publication-quality graphs.
2015-05-26 eve-auth-jwt 1.0.1 Eve JWT authentication
2015-05-26 mogwai 0.7.4 Titan Object-Graph Mapper (OGM)
2015-05-26 annoy 1.3.1 Approximate Nearest Neighbors in C++/Python optimized for memory usage and loading/saving to disk.
2015-05-26 schematec 0.3.4 Set of tools that makes input data validation easier
2015-05-26 barectf 0.2.0 Generator of C99 code that can write native CTF
2015-05-26 jep 3.3.0 Jep embeds CPython in Java
2015-05-25 ka-lite-static 0.14.dev8 KA Lite is a light-weight web server for viewing and interacting with core Khan Academy content (videos and exercises) without needing an Internet connection. This is the static version, which bundles all dependencies. Recommended for a portable installation method.
2015-05-25 tail-tools 0.38 Analyse PAT-Seq RNA expression data.
2015-05-25 flask-dynamo 0.0.7 DynamoDB integration for Flask.
2015-05-25 syncloud-platform 0.8.1.86 Syncloud platform
2015-05-25 autodock-hipache 0.0.1 autodock hipache plugin
2015-05-25 dj-stripe 0.5.0 Django + Stripe Made Easy
2015-05-25 pynic 0.6 It is an interface to get NIC information
2015-05-25 autodock-logger 0.0.1 autodock logger plugin
2015-05-25 drf-tracking 0.2.0 Utils to log Django Rest Framework requests to the database
2015-05-25 autodock 0.0.1 Daemon for Docker Automation
2015-05-25 sge-pygame 0.18.2 A 2-D game engine for Python

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