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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 85235 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-07-26 proxapy 0.1.3 Simple API proxy that uses Flask/requests/gunicorn.
2016-07-26 se-dns 1.0.0 Simple dns tools.
2016-07-26 molo.core 3.4.2 Molo is a set of tools for publishing mobi sites with a community focus.
2016-07-26 SQLAlchemy 1.1.0b3 Database Abstraction Library
2016-07-26 dj-places 1.0.5 A django app for store places
2016-07-26 flake8-quotes 0.8.0 Flake8 lint for quotes.
2016-07-26 topicexplorer 1.0b106 InPhO Topic Explorer
2016-07-26 opentracing 2.0.0.dev3 OpenTracing API for Python. See documentation at http://opentracing.io
2016-07-26 artifacia 0.1.1 A python client to integrate visual recommendation feature from Artifacia API.
2016-07-26 openstacksdk 0.9.1 An SDK for building applications to work with OpenStack
2016-07-26 vsm 0.4.0b3 Vector Space Semantic Modeling Framework for the Indiana Philosophy Ontology Project
2016-07-26 gaw 0.7.0 A small library that helps you developing microservices over simple TCP socket with ease
2016-07-26 nyuki 0.22.0 Allowing the creation of independent unit to deal with stream processing while exposing an XMPP and REST API.
2016-07-26 CIpipe 1.100 CRISPR Indel pipe
2016-07-26 ois 0.1a2 Optimal Image Subtraction
2016-07-26 birdhousebuilder.recipe.supervisor 0.3.4 A Buildout recipe to install and configure supervisor for Anaconda.
2016-07-26 oauth-middleware 0.3.0 Simple flask_oauthlib based middleware for WSGI app to preform oauth
2016-07-26 python-omgeo 1.9.0 Geocoding Library using ESRI, Bing Maps, and MapQuest geocoders
2016-07-26 gl-collector 1.2.1 A project for Gitlab Collector Service
2016-07-26 datadog-logger 0.1.0 Python logging handler for DataDog events
2016-07-26 pbshipping 1.0.3 Pitney Bowes Shipping API client library for Python
2016-07-26 smartenv 1.0.1 Intelligent environment variable handling
2016-07-26 nemea-pycommon 1.0.6 Common Python modules and methods of the NEMEA system.
2016-07-26 apio 0.1.1.6 UNKNOWN
2016-07-26 pymetfrag 0.2.0 Python wrapper of metfrag 2.3 for ms/ms based identification of LCMS data
2016-07-26 psamm 0.23 PSAMM metabolic modeling tools
2016-07-26 halla 0.6.8 HAllA: Hierarchically All-against-All Association Testing
2016-07-26 watson-framework 3.2.0 A Python 3 web app framework.
2016-07-26 pyramid_ipython 0.2 pyramid ipython pshell
2016-07-26 jawa 1.0 Doing fun stuff with JVM ClassFiles.
2016-07-26 tstat_transport 0.4.7 Tools to send Tstat (TCP STatistic and Analysis Tool) log data to archive servers.
2016-07-26 exoline 0.10.0 Command line interface for Exosite platform.
2016-07-26 chellow 1532 Web Application for checking UK utility bills.
2016-07-26 orthpol 0.2.15 Python wrapper for the ORTHPOL package
2016-07-26 genometools 2.0rc6 GenomeTools: A Python Framework for Analyzing Genomic Data.
2016-07-26 syncano-cli 0.4 Syncano command line utilities
2016-07-26 spoon 1.0.1 Simple to use pre-forking server interface.
2016-07-26 pyquickhelper 1.4.1348 Various functionalities: folder synchronization, a logging function, helpers to generate documentation with sphinx, generation of code for Python 2.7 from Python 3
2016-07-26 gcloud-requests 0.12.0 Thread-safe client functionality for gcloud-python via requests.
2016-07-26 kerncraft 0.3.4 Loop Kernel Analysis and Performance Modeling Toolkit

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