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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 42511 packages here.
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2014-04-18 rosdistro 0.3.5 A tool to work with rosdistro files
2014-04-18 spring 5.5.0 Simple Couchbase workload generator based on pylibcouchbase
2014-04-18 pyinteract 0.7.5 A Python API for the SOAP Web Services offered by responsys.
2014-04-18 pysqes 0.2.1 A simple queue service using Amazon SQS and boto
2014-04-18 npTDMS 0.5 Cross-platform, NumPy based module for reading TDMS files produced by LabView.
2014-04-18 pyaas 0.3.2 Python-as-a-Service is a set of utilities for quickly creating Tornado applications.
2014-04-18 readme 0.3.0 readme is a library for rendering "readme" descriptions for Warehouse
2014-04-18 secpass 0.4.0 Secure Passwords
2014-04-18 internetarchive 0.5.7 A python interface to
2014-04-18 mongo-connector 1.2 Mongo Connector
2014-04-18 sbo-selenium 0.4.1 Selenium testing framework for Django applications
2014-04-18 almost-empty 0.2.0-beta Create AlmostEmpty packages
2014-04-18 worldcoin 0.5 Python API for the Worldcoin cryptocurrency.
2014-04-18 pyexchange 0.3.1 A simple library to talk to Microsoft Exchange
2014-04-18 multifold 1.1.3 Python Package for RNA structure prediction analysis.
2014-04-18 corenlp 0.0.14 A python wrapper for the Stanford CoreNLP java library.
2014-04-18 armet 0.4.33 Clean and modern framework for creating RESTful APIs.
2014-04-18 pyscaffold 0.3 Tool for easily putting up the scaffold of a Python project
2014-04-18 dudac 0.20 DudaC is a command line interface for Duda I/O web services framework
2014-04-18 snapperbal 1.1.1 Snapper balance from the confort of your terminal
2014-04-18 doac 0.2.0 An OAuth2 Consumer application for your Django project.
2014-04-18 gippy 0.9.0 Geospatial Image Processing for Python
2014-04-18 django-audit-log 0.4.0 Audit trail for django models
2014-04-18 ansible 1.5.5 Radically simple IT automation
2014-04-18 sushi 0.3.5 Create package template for everything
2014-04-18 e24PaymentPipe 1.0 This package provides a Python implementation for ACI's e24PaymentPipe Merchant Gateway
2014-04-18 juju-deployer 0.3.7 A tool for deploying complex stacks with juju.
2014-04-18 django-perms 0.0.6 Syntactic sugar for handling permission functions in views, templates and in code
2014-04-18 redef 1.5 Test utility for redefining functions
2014-04-18 rocket-depot 0.22 An rdesktop/xfreerdp frontend.
2014-04-18 contexttimer 0.2.1 A timer context manager measuring the clock wall time of the code block it contains.
2014-04-18 moviepy Module for script-based video editing
2014-04-18 demiurge 0.1 Scraping micro-framework based on pyquery.
2014-04-18 pyramid_sqlalchemy_utility 0.2-dev Pyramid sqlalchemy extension
2014-04-18 pyramid_royal 0.7.1-dev0 Pyramid extension using traversal which eases writing RESTful web applications.
2014-04-18 neural 0.1.0 Simple neural network implementation in Python based on Andrew Ng's Machine Learning online course.
2014-04-18 whitenoise 1.0.1 Serve static files directly from a WSGI application
2014-04-18 Monoclock 14.4.18 Monotonic clock access for Python
2014-04-18 django-pgjson 0.1.1 PostgreSQL json field support for Django.
2014-04-18 polished 0.0.8 Generates screenshots of a website based on git history

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